Former Brexit Secretary David Davis has issued some negotiating tips to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Speaking to the Sun, Mr Davis claimed that if the EU threatens to break its promise to deliver a Canada style-free trade deal, then Britain should break the Withdrawal Agreement and withhold cash payments to the European Union.
However not everyone agreed with Mr Davis, some claimed the UK should be walking away from the EU now, Tony Farrugia commented replying to the claims, he said: “In my opinion it is better for the UK to walk away now! The EU just wants to tie the UK down and make it inferior and subordinate to them! Best wishes to all Brexiteers and eurosceptics from the MALTEXIT Group Malta G. C.”
Angela Hotston agreed with the Conservative MP saying: “Thank you for exposing the truth and confirming what the Brexiteers have known all along, the Remainers sabotaged Brexit. Thank you for resigning and for starting a rebellion against the Remainers and thank you for supporting Boris. Brilliant video.”
Another who agreed with Mr Davis was Stephen Cockett who wrote: “Well done Boris – well done David – I am very proud of you. Stick to your guns.
“Also great work to bravely fight the Coronavirus pandemic. There is no easy answer – but we must keep going – no lockdown.
“Anyone who wants to can self isolate.
“It is so refreshing to be able to support our government, our Prime Minister and our national policies.”
Prime Minister Johnson and his administration has previously said that the Brexit transition period would not be delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic, Leader of the House of Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg has claimed there is “absolutely no need” to extend Brexit transition period.
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