NONSENSE! Redwood BLASTS ‘Former Brexiteer’ Gove For Promoting Project Fear

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Sir John Redwood has certainly not allowed his recent honour to go to his head or divert him from pursuing a clean Brexit. In his most recent blog entry he savages Environment Secretary Michael Gove, whom he says on Twitter “used to be in favour of Leave” but now “puts out the worst kind of Project Fear nonsense”.

Gove told the Oxford Farming Conference:“While we would adjust to the challenge, we wouldn’t necessarily [be able to] in the short term and farmers, especially small farmers, would face barriers to trade.” Notably, he chose to stay in the Cabinet and support Treason May’s sell-out deal.

However, Redwood called on Gove to “stop trying to delay Brexit and stop trying top scare us”. He continues: “Brexit is huge opportunity to cut food miles, grow more of our own food, to rescue our fishing grounds and land more of our own fish, and to build bigger food processing industries close to good agricultural supply. “

 

 

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5 Responses

  1. Pauline says:

    God knows how much I hate these Blairites. Insufferable arrogant pr*cks!

  2. Carol says:

    Gove is a weasel, untrustworthy and treacherous. John Redwood is another great PM we never had.

  3. Aelfred says:

    Well done Redwood.

  4. Mark says:

    Redwood is one of a very few MPs who is business savvy. Micheal Gove on the other hand, obviously has a very large mortgage.

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