UK borders will remain open for TWO years after Brexit

BRITAIN’s borders are set to remain open for up to TWO years after Brexit according to new reports.

Theresa May – the lame duck ‘Premier’ who lost her majority in last months General Election, has sparked outrage among Pro-Brexit Tory MPs and grassroots Tories over the plan.

LAME DUCK – Theresa May

The Maybot is ready to offer EU citizens freedom of movement for up to TWO YEARS and even more shockingly, British citizens may not get the same rights.

Brussels wants to restrict British citizens freedom of movement on the Continent and any Britons already living in an EU country would have to remain in that country after Brexit.

They wouldn’t get automatic rights to live and work in other EU member states.

Little progress has been made and Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief negotiator, has warned David Davis that unless Britain provides a plan, next months Brexit talks would stall.

Michel Barnier – The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator.

Theresa May promised voters that she would give Britain back control of its borders, this is a clear broken promise and it is proving that Theresa May is anything but strong and stable.

This is the work of ardent Remoaner Phillip Hammond who wants a softer than soft Brexit.

Maybe it’s time for the weakened Prime Minister to step down and let someone who has the confidence of the Conservative Party, The Commons and the Country deal with Brexit.

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  1. Turboblocke

    July 21, 2017 at 10:38

    IMO it’s logical for the EU to restrict the freedom of movement of UK immigrants in the EU to the country that they currently reside in, if no agreement can be reached. If they are given unlimited freedom of movement in the EU 27, in the absence of an agreement, then that would be giving them more rights than citizens of other countries who are not part of the EU.

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