BREXIT SELL-OUT: May “Happy” To Confront Trump As Trade Envoys Rebel

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One of the standout moments from last week was the withering put down Donald Trump delivered to Theresa May. He confirmed Brexiteers’ worst fears when he expressed the opinion that her deal may damage the prospect of a deal between the US and the UK.

May, speaking during the G20 meeting said she was “happy” to confront Trump about his opinion: “One of the things I’m going to be talking about here at the G20 is this whole issue of trade around the world.

I’m very happy to tell President Trump and others that we will have an independent trade policy, because we will have an independent trade policy, we will be able to do trade deals”.

However, Sky News is reporting today that as many as 1/3 of May’s own global trade envoys are unhappy with the deal and intend to resign: “Some of the MPs are privately warning the deal means the global trade agreements they are trying to help with are now on hold.

“Sky News was contacted by one trade envoy accusing the prime minister of being “very disingenuous” after Mrs May was asked directly how such deals could work if there was a legal possibility of being in an effective customs union with the European Union under the Irish “backstop” arrangements.”

Clearly, they disagree with the Prime Minister’s increasingly desperate spin.

 

 

 

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6 Responses

  1. StuartJ says:

    I don’t think we need a free trade deal with the USA, we already do huge amounts of trade. And its about time these US corporations started paying their fair share of taxes here in the UK.

    Remember: you do not need a trade deal in order to trade.

  2. Ian Hensman says:

    On the same basis, we don’t need one with the EU either.

  3. John Wright says:

    It’s pretty obvious, Theresa May’s denials & retorts aimed at Donal Trump are going to bring about her final disgrace, the sooner the better I say…
    I suspect her advisors have tried to make her see sense, without success? Her hanging-on to the office of PM is now down to one little finger!, so soon we must hear the thud of failure…..
    I don’t think there will be many tears shed over this Woman’s downfall, she has brought it on herself by trying to disguise her real intent & our whole Nation is now sick of her. So here’s a premature bye, bye which hopefully won’t be too premature?
    John Wright.

  4. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Mrs May started out with some good will when she replaced Cameron, but that has gone by the board since then, and she continues to dig a hole for herself. That’s her, but what is really worrying is that the Tory MPs have not seen fit to replace her. It is worrying as their Party is now in the hands of a dead loss leader, that is seen to be such by the voters. There are enough voters with space to rent in their heads, for Labour to be the next Government, which will only last for one term, but the damage will be immense ! This is why UKIP must get real in gaining support, and as quickly as possible !

  5. Mark says:

    Cabinet of two .
    T. May
    J. De Rothschild.

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