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Mr Brigden has long been an opponent to the European Union. Never holding a frontbencher position under either David Cameron, Theresa May or Boris Johnsonhe is a supporter of Leave Means Leave. Host Emma Barnett had asked: “Do you want the likes of Philip Hammond in your party?”
Mr Brigden explained to Mr Barnett: “I want people like Philip Hammond to appreciate that Boris Johnson had a clear mandate to get us out of the European Union, he got 66 percent of the votes of our membership in the leadership ballot only a few weeks ago, not only my members in North West Leicestershire, but Philip Hammond’s members in Runnymede and Weybridge.”
Mr Bridgen went on to remind his Tory colleagues they may face pressure from party members.
He explained: “I think they’re going to come under considerable pressure from the membership before we come back in September, the alternative to Boris Johnson and delivering Brexit is a coalition of Marxists, nationalists and Liberal Democrats, whose declared policy is they want a second referendum and Jo Swinson’s already said if it was leave again, she still wouldn’t accept it, that’s a coalition of chaos.”
‘Coalition of chaos’ was a term first coined by Mrs May who said the alternative to a Tory government was a coalition lead by Jeremy Corbyn in the lead up to the 2017 election.
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Mr Brigden has long been an opponent to the European Union. Never holding a frontbencher position under either David Cameron, Theresa May or Boris Johnson he is a supporter of Leave Means Leave. Host Emma Barnett had asked: “Do you want the likes of Philip Hammond in your party?”
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