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Boris Is Brilliantly Accused of ‘Frightening’ EU Leaders’ As UK Now Enters No Deal Exit

Boris has been accused of trying to ‘frighten’ EU leaders’, it comes as the United Kingdom is now readily preparing for a ‘no deal’ withdrawal from the European Union.

Jonathan Powell, chief British negotiator for the Good Friday Agreement, has suggested that the Prime Minister is trying to scare EU leaders’ into submission on the backstop arrangement.

The European Union is currently extremely anxious that the United Kingdom will leave the EU with ‘no deal’, leaving the EU with £40 billion less cash.

Mr Powell said in an interview on the BBC: “The first problem we have got is that Boris Johnson has introduced a precondition.”

“He has said that he won’t talk to the Irish and he won’t talk to the EU until they accept that they’re going to give up the backstop.

“Now that kind of precondition never works, he’ll either have to climb down from that and say he’ll talk to them anyway or there is going to be no negotiation.”.

Don’t you just wish these Remainers that were relevant decades ago would just button it? Mr Powell hasn’t the faintest idea what he’s talking about.

Boris has made it clear; the United Kingdom will not agree to the backstop, therefore, we are leaving without a so-called ‘deal’. The United Kingdom shall save £40 billion. More relevantly, research from Cardiff University has suggested the UK could be billions better off under a ‘no deal’ Brexit.

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Boris has been accused of trying to ‘frighten’ EU leaders’, it comes as the United Kingdom is now readily preparing for a ‘no deal’ withdrawal from the European Union. Jonathan Powell, chief British negotiator for the Good Friday Agreement, has suggested that the Prime Minister is trying to scare EU leaders’ into submission on the […]
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