Labour seek an apology over brexit fallout. Gove defends Boris -“ he’s actually been standing up for Britain, no apology is required.”

With negotiations going the wrong way for the remainers, they are now attempting to seek an apology from the Prime Minister over the Break down in the negotiation talks. The remainers are doing this to taint Boris as doing something terrible for Britain when in reality he’s been standing up for Britain in Brussels against the EU cabal.

Yesterday, Labour MP, Mr Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, stood up in the House of Commons seeking an apology. Mr Singh demanded an apology if not from Boris, then from Gove on behalf of Boris over the trade negotiation fall out.

Mr Singh said: “The Prime Minister promised the nation and oven-ready deal, and it was avowedly the easiest trade deal in history to negotiate. Instead, this conservative government have shown that they’re happy to rip-up an agreement, only months after signing it, thereby breaking international law and now they’re hurtling us towards a disastrous no-deal Brexit.”

“So on behalf of the Prime Minister would the Secretary of State like to apologise to the People were having made false promises. And what changes will he be making to his approach to prove that the UK can be taken seriously and act in good faith? Despite the best efforts of this incompetent government.”

Gove responded, directly refusing to apologize for standing up for Britain and its interests.
Gove said: “The first thing I’d say is that as the honourable gentleman will acknowledge, since last Friday, since the prime minister’s statement and indeed since the preparation of my statement earlier. We’ve seen a welcome indication of movement on the part of the EU. So I think that those who were prepared to criticize the Prime Minister on Friday and over the weekend should perhaps, and fairness and appropriate humility recognize that he’s actually been standing up for Britain and there from no apology is required.

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  1. As Gove says “No apology needed”.
    At least we’ve now got a Government and PM that’s willing, able and stand up for the silent majority, for the people who won the referendum, who voted several times for Brexit (or Brexit supporting parties) and is determined to make Brexit work for the whole of the UK.

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  1. As Gove says “No apology needed”.
    At least we’ve now got a Government and PM that’s willing, able and stand up for the silent majority, for the people who won the referendum, who voted several times for Brexit (or Brexit supporting parties) and is determined to make Brexit work for the whole of the UK.

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