The Mogg has spoken out today, warning against the imminent betrayal of British fishermen under Theresa May’s Chequers proposal, which the EU has assured her would be a prerequisite of her deal being accepted.
During the last election the Tories won 13 seats in Scotland, their most since Thatcher, a feat previously thought impossible, in coastal communities that would be most affected by reclaiming our fisheries by withdrawing from the Common Fisheries Policy.
It has been estimated that by doing so, there would be a £4 Billion shot in the arm to some of the most deprived areas, so mercilessly and shamelessly sacrificed by the cosmopolitan elite in pursuit of their post democratic dreams of a federal European superstate.
The issue was recently thought to have been settled after a major rebellion of the Scottish Tory MPs, who have already threatened to vote down any Brexit deal that does not satisfy the demands of those who elected them in the first place.
It would appear to be an absurd decision to even consider allowing those who have suffered most from EU membership to be used as bargaining chips, to complete a deal that is so widely derided, especially when the issue may well prove critical to the Tories’ chances of maintaining power at the next election.
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