Yesterday, Sir Bill cash reacted in defence of Britain after a member of the Scottish National Party accused Britain of bad faith in the negotiations.
Sir Bill Cash didn’t take kindly to this accusation saying it was the EU that had conducted negotiations in bad faith.
Bill said: “There has never been a more egregious example of bad faith than the manner in which the EU has sought to bounce the government in the middle of these negotiations and indeed at the end of the negotiations.”
“It’s quite outrageous and that in itself warrants the use of article 46, which is to terminate the agreement if the government can’t get with it needs in order to preserve our sovereignty.”
With this, the SNP then replied with a cheap shot comment. Bill Cash who was previously the Shadow Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs, and who is currently Chair of the House of Commons’ European Scrutiny Committee, was accused of not knowing what sovereignty is.
We will find out today in the House of Commons what the impact is on Britain in regards to the removal of specific provisions in the Internal Market Bill.