RATS IN A BARREL: Establishment Fighting Over How Best To Stop Brexit

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Responding the Prime Ministers speech in which she is to outline how Brexit is at risk if she loses the vote tomorrow on the Withdrawal Agreement, Gerard Batten MEP, UKIPs leader, said that the establishment is fighting over how best to stop Brexit:

“Mrs May knows that she cannot win the vote on Tuesday. She is attempting to present herself as a force for Brexit, but nobody is buying it. Mrs May’s so-called deal would turn Britain into a vassal state of the EU prepared to go back in in a few short years. 

“What we are witnessing is the political establishment fighting over their preferred method of stopping Brexit – should it be through Mrs May’s surrender document, a General Election or another referendum?” 

He continued:

“In their arrogance and contempt for the will of the 17.4 million who voted to leave the European Union, the political establishment have embarrassed the nation in the eyes of the world. 

“At this point, it is clear that the only way Britain will leave the EU is if the people choose to remove the political establishment through the ballot box. UKIP is the only major party committed to leaving the European Union – if the people want it they must vote for UKIP at every opportunity.”  

The Prime Minister suffered another blow today with another frontbench Minister resigning. Conservative whip Gareth Johnson, MP for Dartford, resigned saying the deal is “detrimental to the nation’s interests”.

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  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Wind all of this back to a rather petulant David Cameron’s arrangement of a referendum on our membership of the EU ! His reasoning was not so much the finding out of the peoples wishes about the EU, rather as a body blow against an upstart Party called UKIP, and he got it very wrong, and left ! ….. That action messed up his own Party, but also all the other Parties, and Parliament were found wanting in the matter of the peoples demands ! ….. Just over three and a half centuries ago, a Civil War took place to remove a King and give real power to Parliament. Is it now necessary for the people to remove a useless Parliament in a similar way ? !

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