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May told: Time for progress on deal or walk away

Leave Means Leave issued a letter of demands as she heads into talks with Juncker today.

by Westmonster
December 4, 2017

Theresa May has been told to go for No Deal if the EU make any more outrageous demands, and she could face a backbench revolt if she makes any more concessions.

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Tories and key Brexit figures signed a letter from Leave Means Leave which reads:

It urges May to walk away and trade under WTO rules if the EU keep making extortionate financial demands and Britain doesn’t get a free trade agreement.

Signatories include John Redwood MP, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Richard Tice, Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin and John Longworth, co-Chair of Leave Means Leave.

May is meeting with Juncker today, so it remains to be seen what the outcome will be – but if she comes back and tries to tell the nation that she’s signed Britain up to paying billions of pounds for a lousy trade and the ECJ is still in charge, she might not be in a job much longer.