International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has been taking questions in Parliament this morning and has laid out how he believes MPs in Parliament “may attempt to steal Brexit from the British people”.
His comments come after MPs voted to seize control of the Brexit process if Theresa May’s deal is voted down, though Jacob Rees-Mogg has insisted that “yesterday’s amendment does not stop Brexit, it merely shows that Remainers have not given up”.
Yesterday’s amendment does not stop Brexit, it merely shows that remainers have not given up. pic.twitter.com/iXPPuCwP1I
— Jacob Rees-Mogg (@Jacob_Rees_Mogg) December 5, 2018
Fox, who is still backing May’s deal, told a committee of MPs today that: “I think that there is, as I have written recently, a real danger that the House of Commons which is a natural Remain-majority may attempt to steal Brexit from the British people.”
Parliament cd steal Brexit from the public………… pic.twitter.com/tidexxelgK
— norman smith (@BBCNormanS) December 5, 2018
MPs are crazy if they think overturning the expressed will of 17.4 million Leave voters is in any way sensible. A full, clean Brexit must be delivered as promised.
Brexit is under attack. Help Westmonster fight for independence.