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The Brexiteer Verdict on May's EU Deal

The Brexiteer Verdict on May's EU Deal

The Prime Minister has betrayed the principles of Brexit and is subjecting the United Kingdom to political slavery at the hands of Brussels, Brexiteers have said as the details of the Prime Minister’s deal leaked to Irish media Tuesday afternoon.

Brexiteers within the Conservative party met Tuesday as the news emerged of a “technical level” agreement emerged — apparently leaked to Irish journalists sympathetic to the European Union but not to figures within the United Kingdom — and spoke of launching a “coup” against the Prime Minister, Britain’s The Times reported in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

A key agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) — the Ulster party which gives Theresa May’s minority government ten key votes which keep it in power seems to also have been broken, as the apparent deal would see Northern Ireland under a different regulatory framework, dictated by Brussels, than Great Britain.

Noting that the details of the deal had leaked in the Republic of Ireland rather than British lawmakers being able to read it first, Rees-Mogg pointed out that the deal as understood Tuesday evening would prevent Britain from leaving the customs union indefinitely — a key plank of Brexit denied — and damage the United Kingdom by treating Ulster as a less equal part of the country.

The Prime Minister had meetings with individual cabinet ministers Tuesday night to persuade them to support the deal, and will be hosting a special cabinet meeting on Wednesday afternoon to try and gain a consensus to sell the new deal, which includes giving £39 billion to the European Union for little or nothing in return, to the nation.

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