A be­trayal

‘This ne­go­ti­a­tion, “the worst deal in his­tory”, is the prod­uct of the Civil Ser­vice, not of politi­cians’

The Sunday Telegraph - - Brexit Turmoil - NE Som­er­set Mal­donMald BoltonBolto West YeovilYeov Cl­wydClwy West

an op­por­tu­nity. Only his­tory will tell if this was by de­sign or in­com­pe­tence.

As a lawyer, I have an un­shake­able con­vic­tion that leav­ing the ju­ris­dic­tion of the ECJ and restor­ing sovereignty to our own world-class courts is in the best in­ter­ests of our coun­try. As a Con­ser­va­tive, I am in­spired by the free­doms and eco­nomic op­por­tu­ni­ties of an in­de­pen­dent trade pol­icy. As a demo­crat, I be­lieve we must not let the peo­ple down. Sadly this deal fails ev­ery time.

Suella Braver­man, MP for Fare­ham, re­signed as a Brexit min­is­ter last week All vo voted Leave apart from Ben Bradley Brad

Suella Braver­man, who re­signed as a Brexit min­is­ter, has claimed proRe­main se­nior civil ser­vants ‘crossed a line’

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