BBC presenter is visibly annoyed as Brexiteer Lord Lilley unloads the truth on national TV about the EU.

BBC Presenter Emily Maitlis interviewed Lord Lilley after the Internal Market Bill passed its first hurdle in Parliament. Emily, in her anti-Brexit fashion, asked: “The vote has paved the way for the breaking of international law, and I wonder if you’re proud of your party tonight.” With a question asked like that you instantly think you know where this is going to go, but Lord Lilley held his ground. He fired back saying: “I believe governments are bound by the law should follow accepted precedent and keep their Manifesto president promises. And I think this bill does all those things”.
Maitlis then tries to take a second cheap shot swipe at the brexiteer saying: “The international agreement to withdraw an agreement is only the law of the land because we made it the law of the land in Parliament bypassing the withdrawal out cause you signed it into law”. Lord Lilley fought back, saying: “No, we didn’t sign it into law. We passed it into law with an act of Parliament and in that act of Parliament. We included Clauses say Saying that Parliament retained the right to override parts of it and that is what we potentially will have to do.” Emily Maitlis face wasn’t pleased because of the quickfire returns from Lord Lilley. It was clear to see that Maitlis met her match in being a stern. The video above shows the whole battle of words.

9 thoughts on “BBC presenter is visibly annoyed as Brexiteer Lord Lilley unloads the truth on national TV about the EU.

  1. MAITLIS is typical B B C she knows better than the people she interviews. LOR LAITLISS tried to andwer ?? And was intetupted BUT stuck to his task and was told again HOW WRONG she thought it was. AGAIN QUOTING international LAW. I TRY VERY HARD. TO TRY TO MISS THE BIASED B B C When they have the cheekbto REPORT BLAIRS views on international law when HIS lies started a WAR AND IS HIGHLY RESPONSIBLE. For existing chhais in the middle EAST. WHO HIVES A DAMM ANOUT HIS VIEWS and the other NURD. was the weakedt P M this country has ever had !! IF HE WAS IN CHARGE when HITLER. asked usvto surrender we would all be in CAMPS along with all the E U countries and most of the world Watch ITV OR SKY NEWS instead of REMAIN /BUASED B B C PERSONNEL

  2. What a vile person Maitlis is. Just another Remoaner who is wetting her underwear at the thought of an independent, sovereign UK – and the thought that her position is in danger (along with her inflated salary!).

  3. So the EU are saying If we do not agree to their terms and no deal is put in place they will impose tariffs, on the other hand if we are breaking the law by not agreeing. Lord Lilley stated that their are provisions in the bill to change things if no agreement is reached. As always the EU is saying you can leave on our terms. NO.

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9 thoughts on “BBC presenter is visibly annoyed as Brexiteer Lord Lilley unloads the truth on national TV about the EU.

  1. MAITLIS is typical B B C she knows better than the people she interviews. LOR LAITLISS tried to andwer ?? And was intetupted BUT stuck to his task and was told again HOW WRONG she thought it was. AGAIN QUOTING international LAW. I TRY VERY HARD. TO TRY TO MISS THE BIASED B B C When they have the cheekbto REPORT BLAIRS views on international law when HIS lies started a WAR AND IS HIGHLY RESPONSIBLE. For existing chhais in the middle EAST. WHO HIVES A DAMM ANOUT HIS VIEWS and the other NURD. was the weakedt P M this country has ever had !! IF HE WAS IN CHARGE when HITLER. asked usvto surrender we would all be in CAMPS along with all the E U countries and most of the world Watch ITV OR SKY NEWS instead of REMAIN /BUASED B B C PERSONNEL

  2. What a vile person Maitlis is. Just another Remoaner who is wetting her underwear at the thought of an independent, sovereign UK – and the thought that her position is in danger (along with her inflated salary!).

  3. So the EU are saying If we do not agree to their terms and no deal is put in place they will impose tariffs, on the other hand if we are breaking the law by not agreeing. Lord Lilley stated that their are provisions in the bill to change things if no agreement is reached. As always the EU is saying you can leave on our terms. NO.

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