Jacob Rees-Mogg SAVAGES has-been Blair’s ‘dangerous’ efforts to reverse Brexit


The illustrious Brexiteer took aim at the has-been politician, insisting it was “dangerous” for Theresa May’s bargainings with Brussels.

Over the weekend, Mr Blair claimed he had held talks with EU band leaders about possible reforms to the Union in an attempt to keep Britain in the bloc.

The old Labour Party Prime Minister revealed Brussels could revolution their freedom of movement policy if the UK stays in the single market.

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Jacob Rees-Mogg slammed Tony Blair’s recent anti-Brexit notes

It fundamentally underlines democracy until get made to vote until what the eurocrats after

Jacob Rees-Mogg

Sky News host Adam Boulton asked whether these “straight-faced” politicians posed a threat to Brexit.

Mr Rees-Mogg responded: “Serious machine politicians is a nice way of putting it. They were people who were serious senators a few years ago but have retired from the frontline. 

“The country voted to make an exit, and the serious current practitioners have accepted that result. I contemplate it would be very dangerous to try to overturn a result that was passed at a referendum.”

He totaled: “The idea you vote until you give the right answer on Europe is a deep down dangerous one, I think it fundamentally underlines democracy until get made to vote until what the eurocrats require.”

On Wednesday, Mr Rees-Mogg proclaimed Britain’s negotiating hand is “extremely substantial” despite such interventions to thwart Brexit.

The Tory backbencher pronounced the UK “mustn’t bow down” because the EU has a “lot to lose” if it makes the process difficult.

He told LBC: “Our way of thinking is extremely strong – if you take the customs union, our leaving the customs party is a risk exclusively for continental Europe because we protect their virtues, we don’t protect our goods by and large.

“And, therefore, they have a lot to lose if there is a straitening departure and we have a marginal amount to gain from an orderly departure, so our situate is pretty strong and we should emphasise that.

“I think we have been so antipathetic about our own position and we’ve assumed that when the EU says it wants to past in a particular way or the order of the negotiations, that’s holy writ and we must a moment ago bow down and obey, but we shouldn’t do that.”

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