News on Brexit: Typical! Campbell is enraged, siding with Ardern in a spat over a mega-trade organization.
ALASTAIR Campbell has enraged Britons with a recent speech in response to statements made by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Ms Ardern cautioned that if the UK breaches the conditions of its European Union leave accord in relation to the GFA at any point, it might be barred from joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
“Brexit… The disaster that keeps on disastering… crucial intervention from Jacinda Ardern,” Alastair Campbell responded. Rogue republics led by untrustworthy charlatans and corrupt Cabinets are often disliked by developed countries.”
Mr Campbell’s remarks have sparked outrage on the internet.
“Hence Labour have not been in power for ten+ years and they ain’t got any prospect whatsoever next time,” one Twitter user said.
“You must be a leaver,” said another, “because you keep living in the past (in this case, 11 years ago).”
“Honestly, you’re utilizing corrupt cabinet/untrustworthy/charlatan,” a third said.
“Brexit is the best thing that has happened to our country in generations,” a fourth added. Are we pleased with our decision to leave the EU? Yes, we are,” says the narrator.
Others, on the other hand, agreed with Mr Campbell.
“I love Jacinda Ardern,” one user said. She is great at whatever she does. Can we persuade New Zealand to make a football-related transfer? To sweeten the bargain, we can promise some unicorns.”
“It’s what we deserve,” said another. It’s just a shame that those of us who are logical and rational will be punished for the government’s/decisions.” Brexiter’s
The revelation comes as a group of Tory backbenchers who are Eurosceptics indicated that they will vigorously oppose the EU’s legal action against the UK government over its decision to postpone border inspections on goods entering Northern Ireland.
The European Research Group (ERG) gathered to support a resolution in the Commons today that expresses sadness about the possibility of legal action from Brussels.
The group said in March that it would take dual legal action against its former member state for failing to execute post-Brexit checks on imports arriving in the province from the United Kingdom.
The European Commission issued Prime Minister Boris Johnson two threatening letters, making their intentions clear.
The decision to remove the checks was “lawful” and “part of a progressive and good faith implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol,” according to the government.
Today in the House of Commons, passions will be running high as top Conservatives. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”