BORIS Johnson has told embattled Prime Minister Theresa May to “tell Brussels to let my people go”.
The former Foreign Secretary said the Prime Minister must “channel the spirit of Moses” and urged her to abandon her hated deal and “come out of the EU now”.
Mr Johnson wrote in the Telegraph: “We are not leaving this Friday because the Government has chickened out.”
“For almost three years every Tory MP has chirruped the mantra that no deal would be better than a bad deal.
“I believed that the Government was sincere in making that claim, and I believed that the Prime Minister genuinely had March 29 inscribed in her heart.
“I am afraid I misread the Government. We have blinked. We have baulked. We have bottled it completely.”