Bill Cash (picure: BBC )
Long term opponent of the EU and prominent Brexiteer Sir Bill Cash expressed “deep disappointment” on BBC Newsnight yesterday at Tereason May’s betrayal of her country in presenting a Brexit plan that complies with all EU demands but offers no concesions from the EU on British demands. The plan was agreed after an all day cabinet meeting at Chequers. Cash responded by claimed that “the law of the land” is not being applied.
Appearing on the news magazine show Cash, Conservative MP and veteran Brexiteer, said some very important questions have been raised by the statement the Government had put out.
He told BBC presenter Evan Davis: “First, does it meet the tests of the referendum itself?
He continued by making a point: “The Repeal Act that went through two weeks ago specifically says that the 1972 Act will be repealed on Brexit day.
“Now when it does that it quite clearly also says you can’t stay in the single market, you can’t stay in the customs union, you can’t stay in the European court.
“That’s what becoming rather disturbing.”