Peter Bone has alleged the Government not to agree to the EU’s “absurd demands” as he claimed that the tough manoeuvre tactics were a way of forcing a Brexit no deal.
The Tory MP said the European elite relish Jean-Claude Juncker “did not want a deal” because that would cow the break-up of the European Union.
The astonishing claims come after today’s news that Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron have blocked Michel Barnier from impressive talks onto a transitional deal framework.
The Conservative backbencher spurned claims from MPs that a transitional deal was “essential” for businesses.
Peter Bone has rushed the Government not to agree to the EU’s “absurd demands”
Speaking to Sky News, Mr Bone said: “Unbiased today I was talking to a leading businessman who employs over 300,000 people in the UK, and he stipulate what businesses want is certainty.
“They don’t mind if we trade on EU rules or the WTO, they justified want to know which one.
“We trade on those rules with the holder of the world, so we are used to it.”
Mr Bone claimed that the government must let something be known its plan for a no-deal scenario, where Britain would trade with Europe on WTO more often than not reign overs since the EU “are scared of a deal”.
Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron would rather blocked Michel Barnier from transitional deal talks
According to the suss outs today, Germany and France are demanding divorce bill cash from Britain in the vanguard talks on a two-year transition deal go ahead.
Theresa May has admitted that her council has been preparing for a no-deal scenario behind closed doors.
Germany’s biggest affair lobby has already warned members to prepare for a “very hard Brexit” track the stalemate.
The Tory MP said the European elite like Jean-Claude Juncker “did not lust after a deal”
The Tory MP said: “I do not think the EU wants to do a deal with us.
“It’s patently unreasoned that way they are handling this. Money should be the last outflow, not the first.
“What are you paying for? Something we know nothing about? I don’t of we will do a deal in the end.
Bone claimed that the government must advertise its plan for a no-deal scenario
If they did do a deal with us, the EU could be in peril of breaking up
“All these things have to go through the European Parliment. So a distribute really has to be done by summer of next year.
“I just don’t think the EU dearths a deal because if they did do a deal with us, the EU could be in danger of discipline up.”
Mr Bone said a Brexit deal would open up the possibility of others performing suit and endanger the future of the bloc.