Jacob Rees-Mogg's brilliant response to MPs accusing him of

Jacob Rees-Mogg's brilliant response to MPs accusing him of

Postautor: reesewilliams » 6 lip 2018, o 08:19

LEADING Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has been accused of being "too soft" with Theresa May as he admits even some of his closest allies have been critical of his approach. Here is his brilliant response.
An LBC listener told Iain Dale he thought the Tory backbencher had been "too trusting" of Prime Minister Theresa May over Brexit.
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The die-hard Brexiteer admitted that even his prominent eurosceptic colleagues have accused him of being a "lily-livered eurosceptic".

Mr Rees-Mogg is the chairman of the European Research Group (ERG) - a powerful group of Tory Eurosceptic MPs

They met with the Chief Whip on Wednesday to warn the Tory party would be “toast” if the Government fails to deliver on their Brexit promises.

But there are fears among eurosceptic MPs, including Mr Rees-Mogg, that Mrs May is preparing to soften her Brexit red lines.

To the LBC listener's accusation, the Conservative MP replied: “People have accused me of that, even within the ERG they think I’m some lily-livered eurosceptic and should have been tougher.

“The key in my view was ensuring the legal basis for leaving was in place and we now have that.

“Last week the Withdrawal Act received royal assent and any of these proposals that are going to be brought forward tomorrow need to be passed into law through the Houses of Parliament.

If they don’t get passed into law, and the timetable is going to be very tight, then we leave on the 29th March come what may.

“And that was my priority until a week ago and we’ve got that.”

Mr Rees-Mogg warned a “Brexit in name only” would leave Britain as a “vassal state” and be a “very bad result”.

It’s as the Prime Minister prepares for a crunch meeting with her top team on Friday to nail down the Cabinet’s position on leaving the EU.
Senior ministers received discussion papers ahead of the crunch Cabinet summit at Chequers which included details of a "common rulebook" covering farm produce and other goods expected to cover both the EU and UK following the country's departure from the bloc.

The document also suggested the planned regulatory alignment "would not allow the UK to accommodate" expected US demands for a future trade deal.

Downing Street officials insisted it was "categorically untrue" that the plan would make a US trade deal impossible.

But Mr Rees-Mogg led calls for the Prime Minister to "rip up" the proposal.

He said: “If this is correct this is not Brexit. This common rulebook means that we are essentially a vassal state.

"The Prime Minister should imitate Mr Gove and tear up this paper."

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