THERESA May has gone to Brussels and proved to be “sufficiently servile” to Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, UKIP leader Gerard Batten has said.
Batten slammed Treason May following the publication of the joint declaration on the ‘Future Political Relationship’ between the UK and EU.
The UKIP Leader continued that this is merely the “next stage” of the betrayal outlined in the Withdrawal Agreement which Parliament will debate and vote on Monday 10th December.
Mr Batten added that winning the Referendum battle was merely the opening shot in the wider war to win freedom from the EU: “We won the Referendum battle, but the war is not yet won. The Withdrawal Agreement Betrayal merely starts the next phase of the struggle to leave the EU.”
The draft document is still being unpicked but significant anger has met proposals for a “new” fisheries agreement and the reaction of Scottish Tories and Scottish Secretary David Mundall will be widely scrutinised.
Meanwhile, it appears rebellious sentiment anoung Tory MPs is holding firm despite today’s news being spun as a victory for the Prime Minister:
Early doors but after an initial ring-round, Theresa May’s ‘victory’ today hasn’t persuaded a single Tory rebel to change their mind on voting against the final deal.
— Matt Dathan (@matt_dathan) November 22, 2018
All eyes will now be on the ‘Pizza Club’ Brexiteers who remain in the Cabinet to see how they respond.
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