“The Brexiteers promised something that they cannot deliver.” European Parliament Vice-President@katarinabarley says Brexiteers are “trying to blame the EU” as they cannot “deliver a Brexit that doesn’t change anything, doesn’t cost anything and is easily done” #Newsnight
An anti-BBC campaign group founded by Brexiteers has raised nearly £60,000 in crowdfunding donations as it pushes for radical reform of the licence fee
“Soft Brexit would’ve fixed this” makes “Bernie would’ve won” look like scintillating political analysis. Brexiteers are rejecting boris’s deal for not offering enough sovereignty. Would a CU really have been acceptable? How?
Let’s be clear on two points: 1) Leaving without a deal would not be a ‘good outcome for the UK’; nor would it be the outcome Boris and the Brexiteers promised.
“We decided we were going to chase down these Brexiteers.” Ben Stewart is one of the four men behind Led By Donkeys - an anti-Brexit campaign group. It made its name by pasting politicians' quotes on billboards to highlight their alleged hypocrisy.
Brexiteers have had more than two and a half years, a blank cheque from the taxpayer, the top jobs in Government, the BBC and most of the press cheering them on, the EU unbelievably patient with them, and still - STILL - they have failed to come up with a workable plan.
In 4 months, brexiteers'>Cabinet Brexiteers have gone from: 1. No Transition to a 2 year transition 2. Parallel trade talks to non-parallel talks 3. No ECJ transition jurisdiction to No ECJ over new rules 4. Go Whistle" to £20bn 5. £20bn to £40bn