Saturday, May 20, 2017

May & Brexit.

James Delingpole insisted the Prime Minister, ahead of the snap election, doesn’t understand how the United Kingdom can really benefit from its  divorce because she’s a Remainer.
Mrs May warned Britain faces “dire consequences” if it does not secure a clean break from the EU.
Launching her Conservative party manifesto, she said her Government would “not seek to fudge this issue – to be half-in and half-out of the EU”.
Hoping to secure a landslide majority in Parliament, Mrs May will make it very difficult for the House of Lords, where the Tories do not have a majority, to frustrate her commitments to completely remove Britain from the single market and the customs union. Express.