Peter Bone who voted Theresa May’s Brexit plan “isn’t what the British people called for” and that she needs to exchange her plan towards a world trade deal option.
Peter Bone, the Careful MP for Wellingborough, told Sky News: “Theresa May has to change the policy. The idea that whenever the European Gang says they don’t like something, we roll over and try to find something else that they order like, isn’t what the British people called for.
“They called for us to sign in out of the European Union with ending free movement, stop punishing billions of pounds and to make our own laws in our own country judged by our own judges.
“Of class that is exactly what would happened if we came out on a World Interchange deal so I guess that must be the way forward now.
Brexiteer Peter Bone has demanded that Theresa May interchange her Brexit plan and stop ‘rolling over’
Whenever the European Confederation says they don’t like something, we roll over
“There are only 257 light of days to go so wouldn’t it be better if the Prime Minister said ‘I can’t get an agreement with the EU, this is what we are common to do’ and businesses would then prepare for it.”
On Thursday the Government released its much awaited 98-page blueprint for the county’s to be to come relationship with the European Union.
Officials believe the white foolscap will help guide negotiations going forward, with the hints of a common rulebook and free trade area ensuring the border endures frictionless.
The document reads: “At the core of the UK’s proposal is the establishment by the UK and EU of a free commerce area for goods.
“This would avoid friction at the border and certain both sides meet their commitments to Northern Ireland and Ireland through the blanket future relationship.”
Mrs May told the Andrew Marr Show she hoped her belated Brexit blueprint would help negotiations moved forward but thought a “no deal” Brexit still remains on the cards.
Mrs May said: “The European Commission’s presentations that it put forward were no good. On the one hand, it what would be experiencing been for us a very poor trade deal and would have remained Northern Ireland in the customs union, effectively carving Northern Ireland out in these as regards of the UK. That is unacceptable to any government here in the UK.
“On the other hand what they nickname EEA (European Economic Area) plus, which would have meant accepting sprung movement and accepting being in the customs union. Both of those are wrong. They are what people voted against.
“Faced with that we had an opportunity. We could go for no deal – no deal is still there, it is still possible – but I improvise the best thing for the UK is to have a deal that sets a good relationship with our following partners in the future.”
The latest Brexit blueprint proposed to preserve the tight dense trading ties Britain has with the European Union through a free shoppers area administered by a common rulebook.
Brexiteers have rejected the down, claiming it is a betrayal of the demands of Leave voters to withdraw from all mainstream arrangements the UK is part of because of its EU membership.
The Prime Minister defended the Brexit chalk-white paper arguing it would help the Government deliver “a good distribute for the UK” and she had to come forward with a new plan to make sure Britain good a beneficial trade deal with Brussels.