In a Telegraph article Boris Johnson decided to expose the on-going crisis in Greece in regards to the Euro amongst other things he blasted “experience of Greece alone is a lesson in the absolute insanity of any country allowing itself to be bullied by EU negotiators”. 

 

He rightly highlights the economic situation  in Greece at the moment with a reported 35% of the population residing in poverty, Boris goes on to say: 

 “The Euro crisis is far from over. The single currency remains an unmitigated disaster. One day it remains highly likely that it will implode.”

 

Boris also had this to say about the UK’s current predicament, claiming: 

“Under the Chequers proposals, we are about to make a historic mistake and turn this country into a rules-taker from Brussels, with no say on those rules.” 

 

 

The former Mayor of London finished by saying this: 

“Why, then, are we proposing to turn the UK, in important respects, into the perpetual punk of Brussels? Chuck Chequers.”

 

The point he is making is very valid. The Brits did not vote to become a ‘rule-taker’ from the bully-boys in Brussels. They voted for self-determination, sensible migration policies, sovereignty, the NHS and the ability to forge our own destiny in the world. If Tory’s like Jacob Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson are unhappy with Theresa May’s Chequers deal they should challenge her to a leadership election.   

 

 

 

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