Hardline remainers enabled Johnson’s no-deal dream scenario
SKWAWKBOX readers may have noticed that, on the day Boris Johnson took a huge lead in the Tory leadership contest – with more than enough nominations from Tory MPs in the first round of voting to reach the final two candidates who will go to Tory members – ultra-remain commentators and MPs have been curiously quiet.
If Johnson succeeds in his leadership bid, he need do nothing but waste time in order to take the UK into a no-deal Brexit.
Ultra remainers’ refusal to support Jeremy Corbyn’s attempts to find a workable Brexit solution – protecting our people – driven by their obsession with a new referendum to prevent Brexit altogether and their desire to remove Corbyn, has created and empowered ‘Boris no-deal’.
Their silence, of course, is entirely appropriate – but will not be remarked upon by ‘mainstream’ pundits.
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