BREXIT DEAL – Iain Duncan Smith we’re going to expose “what they have got rather than what they say they have got.”

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Sir Iain Duncan Smith vowed to expose “what they have got rather than what they say they have got” in the new EU UK treaty.

With the UK now out the EU, attention is now on the trade deal that has been put together by the two negotiators, UK Michel Barnier and EU David Frost. Many people gave there pre-release judgement of the agreement. Now the deal has been published; lawyers will look into the detail.

It’s reported Nigel Farage and other Eurosceptics have lawyers and trade deal specialists looking at the fine detail. Nigel Farage gave a damning report of the deal in his piece in the Daily Mail.

Nigel said: “I am sorry to say that for all the tough talk of Mr Johnson and his chief negotiator, Lord Frost, some major concessions have been made.  

“Northern Ireland has been cut off from the rest of the UK; the European Human Rights regime will remain in place here; our coastal communities have been saddled with a rotten fishing deal, and EU firms will still be allowed to tender for UK government contracts.”

“In regulatory terms, the EU will hold a Sword of Damocles over Britain with the threat of immediate tariffs if they judge that Britain is being too competitive.”
“This is not what I campaigned for, and it most certainly is not what Boris Johnson’s supporters voted for in the 2019 General Election.”

“These handicaps will not allow Britain to transform itself into the Singapore-style entity in a European time zone that it could become.”

The Eurosceptic group of Tory ERG (European Research Group) have also pulled together a grouping of top lawyers known as the “star chamber.” The collective led by Sir Bill Cash is now going through the fine detail before the day debate in parliament on the 30th December.

Former Tory leader and Brexiteer, Sir Ian Duncan Smith said the lawyers they’ve pulled together are “far better than anything the government has got”.

Sir Iain said: “The government legal service make so many mistakes in European treaties. Time and again the EU tricks them. We will do them a favour by exposing what they have got rather than what they say they have got.”

In the coming days, we will find out the full extent of the treaty’s detail. If anything is found hinder Britain as a sovereign nation, Brexiteers will bring it to light.

3 thoughts on “BREXIT DEAL – Iain Duncan Smith we’re going to expose “what they have got rather than what they say they have got.”

  1. This is being sold as a partnership so is it an equal partnership or is it a junior partnership? Did we as a nation vote for a partnership? No, we did not, this was introduced at a later date. So what sort of position do we hold within this Partnership? So there is a flaw that has been spotted in the legal text? I am afraid that with the EU I just don’t trust them. Why? Does anybody expect them to roll over after more than four years of saying NO and then within hours to say yes!!! come on, nobody does that. Have a close look at the partnership. I smell a rat. Is it an equal partnership or as I suspect we are being led into a junior position as a partner?. I know what I think and equally does not come into it. If we are not equal then we vote against as that was not what the people of this country voted for. BEWARE OF THE Weasel WORDS I am not a remainder and never will be but they said it is a good deal for all? This deal needs to be gone over very carefully so we can be sure that we have got what we voted for. No ties or stitch-ups. Just plain honesty without ambiguity if that is possible. If not understood and we have doubts then the answer has to be NO DEAL better than a bad deal at any time. You can change a NO to a Yes at any time, But it is a lot harder to change a Yes to a No as we have found out.

  2. Our main reason for getting out of the eu was so we could get rid of the human rights act which allows dangerous migrants to stay here because they will dangerous to people of their own country we don’t have human rights we have nothing to protect us it’s all right if they’re a danger to us
    we have had a weak government with weak leadership for decades and can’t see it changing don’t know how much more the British people will take it won’t take much to kick is over the edge now police were crape handling those kids running riot though our cities tearing down statues don’t take much hindsight to know what’s coming tell the idiot no deal

    1. Er, no. The Human Rights Act is a UK implementation of our obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights which is nothing whatsoever to do with our membership of the EU but is an entirely different international treaty – which UK lawyers largely drafted in the first place. So if it was your main reason for voting to leave the EU you failed to understand that it couldn’t possibly have that effect.

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3 thoughts on “BREXIT DEAL – Iain Duncan Smith we’re going to expose “what they have got rather than what they say they have got.”

  1. This is being sold as a partnership so is it an equal partnership or is it a junior partnership? Did we as a nation vote for a partnership? No, we did not, this was introduced at a later date. So what sort of position do we hold within this Partnership? So there is a flaw that has been spotted in the legal text? I am afraid that with the EU I just don’t trust them. Why? Does anybody expect them to roll over after more than four years of saying NO and then within hours to say yes!!! come on, nobody does that. Have a close look at the partnership. I smell a rat. Is it an equal partnership or as I suspect we are being led into a junior position as a partner?. I know what I think and equally does not come into it. If we are not equal then we vote against as that was not what the people of this country voted for. BEWARE OF THE Weasel WORDS I am not a remainder and never will be but they said it is a good deal for all? This deal needs to be gone over very carefully so we can be sure that we have got what we voted for. No ties or stitch-ups. Just plain honesty without ambiguity if that is possible. If not understood and we have doubts then the answer has to be NO DEAL better than a bad deal at any time. You can change a NO to a Yes at any time, But it is a lot harder to change a Yes to a No as we have found out.

  2. Our main reason for getting out of the eu was so we could get rid of the human rights act which allows dangerous migrants to stay here because they will dangerous to people of their own country we don’t have human rights we have nothing to protect us it’s all right if they’re a danger to us
    we have had a weak government with weak leadership for decades and can’t see it changing don’t know how much more the British people will take it won’t take much to kick is over the edge now police were crape handling those kids running riot though our cities tearing down statues don’t take much hindsight to know what’s coming tell the idiot no deal

    1. Er, no. The Human Rights Act is a UK implementation of our obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights which is nothing whatsoever to do with our membership of the EU but is an entirely different international treaty – which UK lawyers largely drafted in the first place. So if it was your main reason for voting to leave the EU you failed to understand that it couldn’t possibly have that effect.

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