Prime Minister May’s Brexit sellout is no surprise; The New American predicted it more than two years ago. Now, as she campaigns to promote the betrayal, will independence-minded Tories force her resignation?
After dragging her feet for more than two years, British Prime Minister Theresa May has brought forth a faux Brexit deal that is outraging not only citizens that had voted for Britain to leave the European Union, but also members of Parliament on both sides of the issue.
May faced a torrent of scorching criticism Monday from members of her own Conservative Party, as she attempted to defend her Brexit agreement during a bruising three-hour session with the House of Commons. Brexiteers in the Conservtive Party, as well as in the U.K. Independence Party (UKIP) have been referring to it as BRINO — BRexit In Name Only — and are denouncing it as a complete sellout to the Eurocrats in Brussels. No matter the positive spin PM May tried to put on it, the deal is obviously a colossal capitulation to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and the globalist powers that be.