NO DEAL: Conservative Grassroots Back A Clean Brexit

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Conservative members overwhelmingly back a clean Brexit on WTO terms. Previously, they had favoured a ‘Canada-style’ Brexit but opinion has shifted decisively towards a clean Brexit.

Last month, the grassroots website Conservative Home found support for No Deal tied with the Canada option at 34%, this month that his risen to 44% and support for the Canada style deal back on 26%.

What is striking is how truly out of step the leadership of the Conservative Party is with their own members. Chancellor Philip Hammond is being accused even by his own Cabinet colleagues of refusing to release the funds earmarked to prepare Britain for no deal.

Hammond is, of course, a leading Remoaner but the story once again calls into question the authenticity of the governments willingness to leave the EU without a deal. Some of the ‘leaked’ rhetoric implies this is merely a continuation of the governments psychological warfare against its own population. The only way to ensure a clean Brexit is to back the Brexit Party, UKIP, at the polls.

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6 Responses

  1. Mike says:

    The reason, pure and simple for the Tory leadership; May, Hammond etc for being so anti leave is that they are just EU stooges, just as Major, Cameron, Heseltine & Clarke are. Not forgetting one of the biggest traitors of all: Bliar.
    The EU is nothing more than a communist dictatorship wishing to destroy the UK, that’s why so much industry has been removed from our shores over the years for the benefit of Europe and the detriment of us here.

    • al hakanson says:

      youd better get a grip on the muz takeover of london by terrorising the workers at counsel housing offices…in the us we have armed guards at all gorement bldgs…if thats too american an idea to you england is finished

  2. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    DARRELL: This is what I have been saying for a couple of years now, to anyone prepared to listen !
    The Party of UKIP is not a choice ! It is mandatory for all who wish to be rid of EU membership !
    I have told Michael Ellis MP, that he has received my last vote for his Tory Party.- ITS UKIP FROM NOW ON !

  3. Aelfred says:

    “….but the story once again calls into question the authenticity of the governments willingness to leave the EU without a deal. Some of the ‘leaked’ rhetoric implies this is merely a continuation of the governments psychological warfare against its own population. The only way to ensure a clean Brexit is to back the Brexit Party, UKIP, at the polls.”

    Well summed up Darrell.

  4. Dodge says:

    Unless it’s a no deal, I would like to see a general election …….. those who want remain are free to vote Liberal Democrat……. those who want their country back can vote UKIP! It’s a simple binary choice……… stay or leave……….but if you want leave vote for the ONLY party that will deliver the LEAVE we voted for……… UKIP!!!!, FU-EU!

  5. Bibhas Neogi says:

    The deal negotiated with the EU but without the backstop in its current form would be the one to aim for. It could be done by granting independence to Northern Ireland. A Win-Win solution would be to consider delaying the Article 50 date so that the question of Northern Ireland border and Backstop issues could be re-examined. NI has a devolved Assembly but currently not functioning. Could NI become independent – Republic of NI (RONI) ? The article of March 2017 in The Irish Times explores this possibility. It could be found by searching for ‘colm tóibín on independent Northen Ireland’. Animosity between Protestants & Catholics could be diffused on them gaining a new identity of an independent nation. They are subsidised about £11bn a year so need support until they become stronger economically. The UK and the EU should discuss this possibility of gradual transfer within the agreement. NI already has all the EU rules and regulations in place. NI had voted to remain in the EU. NI citizens could be given dual citizenship of RONI and the UK, they could retain sterling and be the newest Commonwealth country. So such an option would honour the referendum result, backstop would no longer be required in its present form and border issues would be resolved. £11bn annual subsidy could be gradually reduced over an agreed period.

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