November 14, 2018

Theresa May’s Brexit Deal EXPLAINED

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Today, we were given an insight into Theresa May’s Brexit deal, drafted in response to the 2016 referendum that ended with Britons voting to leave the EU by the end of 2020. Only a few favourite journalists seem to have been given the full 400 page text of the deal, but I've dug through the fake news to find the truth. Let me tell you, it isn't good.

This Brexit deal doesn’t deliver what was promised, and keeps the UK stuck inside a Customs Union. It betrays Northern Ireland, too, despite the fact that Theresa May promised she wouldn’t turn her back on Northern Ireland. No wonder the deal has been rechristened the "backstab plan."

In today’s show, I pull apart the fake news surrounding the exact details of the hotly debated deal, and explain the disastrous impact it will have on Britain.

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commented 2018-11-14 22:56:21 -0500
Keith Barnes, I dislike Theresa as much as you, however there are many men beside her that are just as gutless and let the British people down.

Everyone could see that she was over her head when it came to negotiating with the EU, even with the men on her committee guiding her.
If Trump was in her place, everything would have been settled a year ago, instead of 2030 .
People need Business and Job experience to be effective in Politics. Proof: Look where Trudeau is taking the Canadian Economy.
commented 2018-11-14 18:48:19 -0500
seems simple. leave now. all it is gone. then have trade deals with separate countries. it is nuts. go, go, and go already. i wish western canada could do the same here.
commented 2018-11-14 18:42:36 -0500
Theresa May has to be the worse PM in the history of Britain, she is nothing but a NWO Marxist. She has stated that Britain leaves the EU either by ‘Her’ way or no way, completely ignoring the 17.4 Million people who voted leave in 2016.

Right now as I write this, she is having a meeting with Corbyn at 10, Downing St. Trying to get the support of the Marxist Labour Party, knowing full well that she is going to have a fight tomorrow from members of the Conservative Party.
See Nigal Farage explain it all, a lot better than I can.