Following on from his calculated insult directed at Brexiteers yesterday, Donald Tusk has thrown his weight behind Jeremy Corbyn’s soft Brexit plan which would keep Britain in the Customs Union.
Comrade Corbyn’s sell-out plan would also keep Britain ‘aligned’ to the single market. Tusk said that the Labour leaders proposals offered a “promising way out” of the current Brexit impasse. Corbyn wrote to May with the proposals which he said were the only way forward to push a deal through Parliament.
In what appears to have been an utterly pointless day of negotiation, May scrambled to reassure people that she confronted Tusk over his comment that Brexiteers will find a “special place in hell.”She said that the talks have been “robust but constructive” but Tusk told a different story:
— Donald Tusk (@eucopresident) February 7, 2019
Meanwhile, it has been revealed the ‘Meaningful Vote’ on a new deal will now not take place on February 14th.