Theresa May slams Keir Starmer insinuating he should’ve voted for her deal if he wanted a better deal.

Nigel Farage

As Parliament reconvenes for a debate on the (Future Relationship) Bill, Theresa May had a few choice words for the Labour leader Keir Starmer.

As Parliament reconvenes for a debate on the (Future Relationship) Bill, Theresa May had a few choice words for the Labour leader Keir Starmer.

Theresa May insinuated that if Keir wanted a better deal then he should’ve voted for her deal when she was Prime Minister. Theresa May said: “I welcome the fact that the official opposition will be supporting this deal. But I did listen with some incredulity to watch the leader of the opposition said he wanted a better deal.

“He had the opportunity in early 2019 when there was the opportunity of a better deal on the table and he voted against it so I will take no lectures from the the opposition on this deal.”

Both Theresa May and Keir Starmer admitted they will be voting for Boris Johnsons trade treaty when they vote later today.

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