Published: Mon, July 16, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Ex-minister backs new Brexit vote as eurosceptics pressure May

Ex-minister backs new Brexit vote as eurosceptics pressure May

Greening, who was the Secretary for Education between 2016 and 2018, has called Theresa May's Brexit White Paper "a fudge I can't support", alleging that the deal contains "the worst of both worlds".

"You've got the Chequers deal, you've got national suicide - the WTO option, or you've got the status quo", he said.

The North Cornwall MP had campaigned to leave the European Union before the referendum and in no analogy whatsoever is otherwise notable for being rescued from the sea by a Conservative colleague after he jumped in, too embarrassed to admit that he did not know how to swim.

Treasury Parliamentary Private Secretary Scott Mann has handed his resignation in protest over the so-called "Chequers Deal".

"Which is not even the Chequers deal, because by the time it's been put through the mangle of the European Union it will not bear any resemblance to what it looks like now".

However a pro-Remain MP suggested the more junior nature of the more recent resignations suggested there would be no more ministerial-level movements.

Ms Greening, who resigned after the cabinet reshuffle in January, said the referendum should offer a first and second preference vote so that a consensus can be reached.

The contest was prompted by ex-prime minister David Cameron's decision to quit the House of Commons after departing 10 Downing Street in the wake of the Brexit vote.

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May defended her plan as she opened the Farnborough International Airshow.

Her comments come ahead of the crucial Commons votes on trade and customs policy next week.

"Our proposal sets out the right deal for the United Kingdom - honoring the democratic decision of the British people, protecting the integrity of our precious union, supporting growth, maintaining security and safeguarding British jobs", May said at the opening of the Farnborough Airshow.

In a BBC television interview on Sunday, Mrs May said she understood the strength of feelings driving the Brexit debate.

While 52 per cent of the public voted to leave the EU, Remainers now occupy every great office of state, which they are using to push through May's Soft Brexit strategy. "I will evaluate those core principles against the Brexit white paper and ensure that I vote in line with those wishes", he wrote. I think it was a genuine clever attempt at a compromise that could work. In 2015, 61 per cent of Greeks rejected the terms of an European Union bailout, only to see another bailout imposed with even harsher conditions shortly afterwards.

"For Leavers, this deal simply does not deliver the proper break from the European Union that they wanted".

We welcome the commitment to a free trade area for goods which we hope will protect the integrated supply chain which is important for the retail sector.

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