Remoaners Hezza and Green desperate to silence Boris over the four Brexit red lines

May I be candid?   Brexit is now a total mess.  I don’t know if it’s because there are too many Remainers in the government Brexit team of May/Hammond/Rudd/Davis and Boris or if it is because David Davis is completely out of his depth.  Probably a bit of both.

A transition phases until 2024?  David Davis’s wacko idea of a British Court to be set up that is equal to the ECJ  with a mediator?  When we are supposed to get rid of all EU control?  A 40 billion divorce payment?  What are Hammond and David Davis thinking?  Continue reading

Boris in lead to be next PM amidst fears of Gov Brexit sellout

A new YouGov poll puts Boris Johnson in the lead as the politician activists would most like to see lead the party when May steps down.  

May has said she would like to lead the party into the next election.  This doesn’t seem popular with the Tory faithful.   Because it was left to Boris Johnson in a last ditch stand, to fight off  the Rudd/Hammond attempt to extend the transition period to 2024.   Continue reading

Unsubtle Brussels wants to create UK super citizens with more rights than us!

Are they having a laugh?  Brussels’ latest unsubtle manoeuvre is to create EU super-citizens who can live in Britain and have more rights than us.

These EU citizens will not be subject to British law, and will enjoy rights we can only dream of.  The Sun reports today:  Brussels will demand EU citizens living in Britain post-Brexit indefinitely keep their full range of rights – meaning the European Court of Justice will still have power over UK law.  Continue reading

He’s had enough – Boris hosts hard Brexit lobby group

Boris Johnson fought too hard to win Brexit to let it slip now.  The Rudd/Hammond stitchup to have a 2024 transition period was a step too far, and Remoaner mandarin Jeremy Heywood who tried to freeze Boris out of Brexit discussions needs to wind his neck in.  David Davis knew about the stitchup but did nothing.  This says everything we need to know about which side he is on.

In a last minute intervention, Boris hurled himself into the breach and wrestled the transition period down to 2 years. Continue reading

If Boris hadn’t fought May, risking everything, we would be controlled by EU until 2024

A front page article in today’s Sunday Times reveals exactly why Boris Johnson had to write his apocalyptic Brexit article, and how he battled so ferociously to defend the red lines of Brexit, he prevailed and May had to back down from a disastrous EU  deal.

The Sunday Times reported:  It emerged that Johnson wrote his bombshell Brexit article published last weekend after seeing a paper on Britain’s negotiating position signalling that May was on the verge of backing a deal that would have forced Britain to agree any changes in regulations with Brussels even after leaving the EU.  Continue reading

Boris has behaved nobly and honourably over Brexit

Only one politician has behaved nobly over Brexit, said Peter Oborne and that is Boris Johnson.Boris has shown an extraordinary sense of responsibility, he repeatedly warned voters of the difficulties of leaving the EU, to the extent that he wrote two articles, as lawyers do, presenting the pros and the cons. The minutiae of the pros and cons have been exhaustively discussed in a torrent of Daily Telegraph articles.  Continue reading

Too much time and energy wasted on Brussels negotiations, says Nigel Lawson

Nigel Lawson says he is not surprised Boris Johnson is frustrated. He is shocked at the negative approach of the Government to Brexit, and he completely understands why the Foreign Secretary finally spoke out.

The former chancellor said public finances would be boosted and regulations cut regardless of a trade deal – and Theresa May and Philip Hammond should have been highlighting the advantages of leaving the EU.

The Tory peer said: ‘It is bizarre that it has been left to a seemingly freelance operation by Boris Johnson, Foreign Secretary, to explain what these benefits are.  Continue reading