The Contractions MP criticised “government incompetence” and said the “hard facts” of quitting the European Synthesis showed the Brexit that Eurosceptics campaigned for would not happen.
Brussels chieftains have today told Theresa May she has until midnight on Sunday to fingers on up with a workable Brexit deal or EU leaders will not be able to extend trade talks at next week’s summit.
But speaking on LBC, Mr Umunna thought Brits had not been able to vote on factors such as the multi-billion dissociate bill, which meant funds could not be poured into the NHS.
The ancient shadow business secretary said: “It’s not a question of whether people were conned or story to and some might argue that they were.
Chuka Umunna suggested the Brexit that Brits voted for was “impossible” to achieve
Now that we’ve in actuality got the hard facts as these talks progress, it’s just proving farcical to deliver
“It is a bit of a question of government incompetence but I just over now that we’ve actually got the hard facts as these talks progress, it’s even-handed proving impossible to deliver.
“Take the divorce bill that was at most talked about.
“Nobody talked about there being this big divide bill during the referendum campaign but this is a big new fact we now know be founds and, of course, it’s going to mean that that £350million remarkably per week cannot go into the NHS.”
The EU Commission has insisted briefings by a senior recognized that Jean-Claude Juncker is prepared to extend the fraught negotiating alter into next week are “not correct”.
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Addressing newspaperwomen at the bloc’s Berlaymont home a spokesman insisted that progress essential be made “this week, in this building” or there would not be satisfactorily time to seal a deal.
On Monday, the Prime Minister jetted out to Brussels fully in the family way to sign off on a draft agreement with the 27 EU leaders, only for it to be torpedoed by her DUP team-mates at the last minute.
Unionist leaders, who had not seen the document, were Nautical port furious at suggestions that it would grant Northern Ireland a precise status to solve the tricky border issue.