WATCH: “I Didn’t Like That We Recognised The Public Opinion To Come Out!” – Remoaner John Prescott ADMITS He’s Against The People

Former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott has admitted this week on the BBC’s Question Time that he is against the Labour party accepting the referendum result and believes that the party should be against Brexit.

The show, based in Staffordshire, featured panellists Brandon Lewis, John Prescott, Juergen Maier, Camilla Tominey and Ash Sarkar.

Prescott said: “What we did say, and I didn’t like the idea – that basically we recognise the public opinion to come out.”

He continued: “And then we got a lot of trouble for supporting the government when it came to that section 50 and we said that’s what the people have spoken.

“We don’t want to be defying the people though we do have the clear opinion that whatever you negociate, we have certain red lines.

“One of them is that we still want to be trading with the European community, that we want therefore the tarriff business to be controlled – that’s definite for our industy and some conditions about free movement.

“But we cannot give you the full position until the government negociate what the final deal is!”

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6 Responses

  1. Russell Hicks says:

    Unbelievable, ghastly man. We have an historic chance to demolish the Remainiacs of all parties. We need to get our media output on the issues sharpened up – we need another ‘Brexit the Movie’ but better, clearer, sharper, more shocking…and there is a fast growing list of the shocking…and get campaigning. Because we ARE on the right side of the argument and the public WILL back us. It’s simply down to communicating the truth clearly. Of course, the Remainiacs have the levers of power in the media, that is their advantage but their arguments for staying in the EU are getting more ludicrous than ever…the most ludicrous of all is the showering of passports on anyone who breaks into Europe…almost a million new passports being dished out annually and if middle class remainiacs knew WHO was getting EU passports, they’d choke on their lattes.

  2. Geoffrey Bastin says:

    Prescott always was a bit of a know-all and idiot at the same time. He says we still want to trade with our EU neighbours and of course he is right. And to that end we will, but on our terms and not theirs.
    We will be leaving the Single Market and the customs Union but that does not mean we will lose access to the SM.
    Prescott along with so many politicians just don’t understand the whole business of Brexit and fire off on tangents that further confuse those that are just if not more confused.
    Anyone would think that no one has done any homework on the EU and Brexit to listen to the way they talk.
    And yet as we enter yet another week of Brexit talks and speeches, and with a collective message from the government on the way they wish to proceed , that little man Donald Tusk pops up and rubbishes what he has heard unofficially before the fun even begins.
    Why don’t we just all keep quite and let the process evolve and then slag-off the end result. That would be so much more positive and would save the doctors having to putting so many on Prozac.

  3. StuartJ says:

    People like Prescott continually peddle this myth that if we leave the EU without a ‘trade deal’ we won’t be able to do ANY trade with the EU at all.

    Labour are not to be trusted (just like Tories, LibDems and the rest of the Establishment), they keep telling us that their postion on Brexit is ‘clear’, yet the waters continually get muddied by various people within the party putting out conflicting positions.

    They are trying to be clever; they don’t want to commit to any position for fear of potentially losing votes should an election come along.

    The Labour party is just as divided as the Tories.

  4. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Just like the old Labour MP that you were, I take no notice of your utterances today, or ever. Just go back to the Lords and take a nap. Your good at that !

  5. forthurst says:

    I always felt the greatest compassion for interpreters who were obliged to render Prescott’s moronic gobbledygook into another language .

  6. ?Linda Hudson says:

    Who gives a fig about what this man thinks or wants?
    Another jobsworth that only had the gift of the gab when he was a ships steward!

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