Monday, July 9, 2018

BREAKING NEWS: BORIS JOHNSON RESIGNS

On June 23, 2016 the British people voted to Brexit. Britain joined the European Economic Community (the Common Market) as the EU was known then, in 1973. PM Theresa May (a remainer) miscalculating a snap election that cost her the majority in Parliament, formed a Government with the support of the DUP and proceeded to negotiate exit conditions with the spiteful EU in Brussels.


UPDATE: Boris Johnson quits as Foreign Secretary over Brexit hours after David Davis in killer blow to May The Prime Minister could now face a leadership challenge from Leave-backing MPs furious at the soft Brexit plan agreed by the Cabinet at Chequers. Theresa May's grip on power was hanging in the balance this afternoon after Boris Johnson resigned as Foreign Secretary just hours after she lost Brexit Secretary David Davis. The two big beasts both walked out of the Cabinet in protest at the PM's plans to force through a soft Brexit. Mr Davis warned this morning that Mrs May is pursuing a "dangerous strategy" in talks with Brussels - but insisted he's not trying to force the PM out of power. But the resignation of Mr Johnson as Foreign Secretary could deliver a death blow to Mrs May's struggling Government, with MPs lining up to launch an official leadership challenge to the Prime Minister. The double blow - coming after Mrs May thought she'd managed to unite the Cabinet around her Brexit strategy - is the biggest threat to the PM since she took power. (...) EU sources mocked the Cabinet chaos, describing it as "rats fleeing a sinking ship" (More)






July 8, 2018

MAY GOVERNMENT BETRAYS BREXIT


The Tory May Government has proposed a Brexit deal that has incensed Brexiteers. Euro Guido has the key 12 points.

The Cabinet has backed the softest form of Brexit, with the UK becoming a rule-taker on goods and agri-foods and facing severe consequences if we ever attempt to diverge on anything. They have also backed Number 10’s rebadged customs plan. Despite vows from David Davis and other Cabinet Brexiters to fight Theresa May’s Brexit proposal, it appears tonight that they have conceded on every point and that Downing Street has succeeded in forcing through an ultra-soft Brexit as the agreed government policy. (...) The Cabinet has backed the softest form of Brexit, with the UK becoming a rule-taker on goods and agri-foods and facing severe consequences if we ever attempt to diverge on anything. They have also backed Number 10’s rebadged customs plan. Despite vows from David Davis and other Cabinet Brexiters to fight Theresa May’s Brexit proposal, it appears tonight that they have conceded on every point and that Downing Street has succeeded in forcing through an ultra-soft Brexit as the agreed government policy. (More)  






March 20, 2018

(VIDEO) EU WINS BREXIT DEAL


The United Kingdom will agree to follow all European Union rules after Brexit and keep the nation’s borders open for the duration of the transition period to 2022, with further bad news for fisheries and communities in Northern Ireland as a new agreement was reached in Brussels Monday. The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier made the announcement in a joint press conference with Britain’s David Davis in Brussels, where the pair presented what was introduced as a “legal text which constitutes a decisive step” towards a final agreement. Revealing the enormous extent to which Theresa May’s government has sold out the Brexit-voting British public, Barnier and Davis spoke on a number of key policy areas including immigration, British control over British laws, and regaining control over British fishing waters. (More)






Dec. 8, 2017


NIGEL FARAGE REACTING TO PRELIMINARY BREXIT DEAL


PM Theresa May has reached a preliminary agreement with the eurocrats, but Nigel Farage isn't happy. 


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