Friday, 21 September, 2018

PM must deliver hard Brexit or face revolt, says Rees-Mogg

GETTYSir Graham Brady has warned the Conservative party it must pull together over Brexit GETTYSir Graham Brady has warned the Conservative party it must pull together over Brexit
Pablo Mccormick | 03 July, 2018, 19:20

As reported by The UK Times, UK Prime Minister Theresa May has begun to apply pressure to Brexiteer ministers within the parliament, as the odds of a successful deal with the European Union leadership in Brussels are beginning to look grim.

But in a chilling warning to the PM, Mr Rees-Mogg compares her plight to that of Sir Robert Peel, the Conservative prime minister forced to quit after his party revolted over the repeal of the corn laws in the 19th century.

According to BBC news, the United Kingdom officials are said to have come up with a new proposal on post-Brexit customs model ahead of the Cabinet talks.

The BBC reported Monday that the government has now determined both options are impossible to deliver and May's office has developed a third model in hopes of forging an agreement within her Cabinet.

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The British government previously publicly talked about two potential option with customs. No details were revealed.

The President of the European Council Donald Tusk said that Britain has sounded the "last call" to coordinate their position on Brexit, stating that "severe" problems were solved and the necessary "rapid progress" to reach agreement before the next summit in October.

But as the March 29 date for Brexit nears, the government is running out of options.

It comes as the PM's chief Brexit official reportedly told ministers they have no chance of striking a bespoke trade deal with Brussels.

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"Mr Robbins is understood to have made clear during the meetings with ministers that he sees little chance of the European Union agreeing to the type of trade deal that would allow British companies to have privileged access outside the terms of the single market".

Rees-Mogg's comments touched off outrage among Conservatives who favor a more measured break with the EU. Mr Johnson's explosive intervention is a direct slap down to two of his junior foreign office ministers who went public with vicious attacks on Mr Rees-Mogg this morning.

"The ideological right are a minority despite their noise, and should pipe down", he said.

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