SIX years will have passed next Thursday since Britain voted to leave the EU.
Former prime minister Tony Blair has organised a conference at the end of this month to discuss ‘trading relationships post-Brexit’[/caption]
We will be watching for more evidence of Remoanery as the weeks go by. So here goes . . .
SIR TONY BLAIR: Committed European Blair has organised a conference at the end of this month to discuss “trading relationships post-Brexit”, with key Remainers set to attend.
LORD ADONIS: The Labour peer and chair of the pro-EU pressure group European Movement still has a “stop Brexit” picture on his Twitter page. This week, he tweeted: “We need a new deal with the EU to get us back into the single market ASAP.”
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DAVID MILIBAND: Last Saturday, the former Labour Foreign Secretary tweeted his criticism of Brexit alongside a link to an article which proposes the UK adopting EU rules.
ANNA McMORRIN: The Labour frontbencher let the cat out of the bag at a private address to activists last week. In a recording obtained by The Sun, she said: “I hope eventually we will get back into the single market and the customs union.” Is this Labour’s real plan under Remainer Starmer?
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MICHAEL HESELTINE: Prominent pro-EU Tory Hezza suggested Britain could hand powers back to Brussels if Boris is removed from office. He said: “The Brexit agenda was a pack of lies. What happens if he goes? Does Brexit go? Throw the whole thing up in the air?”
It’s not unimaginable for us in 20 years’ time to have a set of economic arrangements with the EU.
GEORGE OSBORNE: The ex-Chancellor led the 2016 campaign for Remain and this week declared he thinks the UK will move back towards a close relationship with the EU. He told LBC: “It’s not unimaginable for us in 20 years’ time to have a set of economic arrangements with the EU.”
SIR ED DAVEY: The Europhile Lib Dem leader favours and campaigns to bring back free movement between Britain and the EU.
THE BBC: Attorney General Suella Braverman, the UK’s top law officer, this week blasted the Beeb live on air for siding with Brussels in any argument with Britain. She snapped: “The BBC view . . . [is] that the UK Government is always malevolent and the EU is always acting as the . . . good guy.”
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ROBERT PESTON: This week ITV’s Political Editor wrote an article attempting to make a link between Brexit and the Government’s policy of flying asylum seekers to Rwanda. Attorney General Braverman later accused Peston of “Remainiac make-believe”.
Tobias Ellwood this month called for Britain to rejoin the single market[/caption]