Prime Minister Theresa May today insisted that the UK “is on course to deliver Brexit” on the day she arrived in Brussels for further talks with the EU following a night to forget when she suffered a humiliating Commons defeat.
She told reporters they would be talking about “the ambitious and deep and special partnership” she wanted to build between the UK and EU, after Brexit.
“I’m disappointed with the amendment but actually the EU Withdrawal Bill is making good progress through the House of Commons and we are on course to deliver Brexit,” said May.
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage who recently nicknamed the Prime Minster ‘Theresa the Appeaser’ due to her ‘giving in to all EU demands’ said “My contempt for career politicians knows no bounds” following the EU Withdrawal Bill debacle. UKIP supporters will see the recent government and opposition capitulation as a real opportunity to bounce back in the upcoming council elections.
It is thought that many Brexiteers will be hoping that a ‘no deal’ takes place and the government will walk away with some citing the general confusion as to why we owe any money. It is commonly felt this is a ransom and along with foreign aid that it could be better spent on our stressed and failing public services.
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