“Not A Farage Brexit” – PM’s Former Advisor Backs Soft Exit But Then Calls For May To Step Down

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George Freeman, Tory MP for Mid Norfolk and a former advisor to Treason May has called for the Prime Minister to come clean make it clear that the final deal with the EU wont lead to a “Nigel Farage Brexit”.

She should do this, Freeman says, to win the trust of a younger generation that feel “Brexit has been forced upon them”. Mr Freeman said that he believed “very strongly” that the Prime Ministers instincts were right on the kind of Brexit she is pursuing.

He said: “We are going to make it a One Nation Conservative Brexit and we are going to shape it and recast it in the spirit of a new generation.”

Despite his supposed loyalty to the PM however, he suggested that once the final deal has taken shape the decision about the “end state” of Britain’s final relationship with the EU should be left to her successor, a “new generation” leader.

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5 Responses

  1. Geoffrey Bastin says:

    George Freeman is a silly billy as well as a confused Tory MP. Very soon after the withdrawal agreement is made the EU will push very quickly for it to be turned into a treaty. That is why the agreement , if there is one, must be what WE want because the EU will ensure we won’t get another bite of the cherry.
    All those that think we can leave with a less than suitable agreement and then keep going back with revisions are living in cloud cuckoo land as indeed this Freeman chap is as he crawls on his hands and knees to his PM. What a fool.

  2. William says:

    I suppose he was told that that was exactly what the 17.4 million voted for.

  3. Ian Hensman says:

    Obviously did not pay attention at school and learn the English language properly. Had he done so he would know the difference between In or Out and Yes and No

  4. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Mrs May was a remain individual. OK, that is for her personally, and she is welcome to have that personal opinion ! She took the job of PM, at which point she was obliged to ditch her personal view of our standing with the EU, and do what she has been instructed to do by the Democratic vote of the people. She has to understand that the role of the PM is that of the Senior Public Servant in UK/GB. Anything else draws close to that of Dictator ! Mr Cameron had the job of agreeing the choice of words upon the ballot sheet, and that was what we voted upon. She should stuff her ‘instincts’ about it and complete the instructed task ! OUT NOW TOTALLY !

  5. W.A.Matthews says:

    Very well put, Reece

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