Yesterday, Micheal Gove destroyed Theresa Mays statement of concern in three points. Theresa May stated she had concerns over the UK’s security apparatus, especially if we exited on a No Deal Brexit.
Mrs May said: “The Government seems resigned to the prospect of no-deal but the one area they should not be resigned to the prospect of no deal, is in security.
“I note that neither you made reference to security today and nor did the Prime Minister to MPs on October 16.
“So will my right honourable friend confirm, if the UK leaves without a deal, the UK will no longer have access to crucial databases in order to catch criminals and terrorists?”
Gove Then took apart Theresa Mays argument which ended with her face looking shocked, shaking her head in significant disagreement. Gove said: “There are many areas where we can cooperate more effectively to safeguard our borders outside of the EU than we could inside through a variety of methods open to us.
“We can intensify the security we give to the British people.”
Gove then deliberately and brilliantly regurgitated Theresa Mays own mantra saying “no deal was better than a bad deal”.