‘Of course there was no good faith!’ says the narrator. Cummings lashes out at Remainers over the EU agreement.


DOMINIC CUMMINGS erupted on Twitter this morning, criticising Remainers for expecting “good faith” in Brexit negotiations.

In a series of tweets posted this morning, the former Downing Street Chief of Staff implied the Government had always intended to break the deal signed with the European Union, alleging “cheating foreigners is a core part of the job.” Dominic Cummings abruptly left his role as Chief of Staff in November last year, after a period of bitter in-fighting between senior officials in Downing Street.

Mr Cummings tweeted: “good faith blah. listen to babble of student politics from sw1 insiders infantilised by EU membership.

“it was international diplomacy vs people trying to cut our balls off.

“of course there wasn’t ‘good faith’ you [sic].”

In tweets posted earlier the same day, he alleged the Government achieved the best Brexit deal they could and planned to “ditch bits we didn’t like after whacking Corbyn.”

“Shd we generally stick to deals? Of course. Sometimes break them? Of course. Just like the EU, US, China and every other state does [sic],” he said.

As well as criticising Downing Street “insiders” for being “infantilised by EU membership”, the former adviser also claimed the Prime Minister “never understood what leaving the Customs Union meant” until the month before the deal was signed.

“No what I’ve said does NOT mean ‘the PM was lying in GE2019′, he never had a scoobydoo what the deal he signed meant,” Cummings wrote.

Cummings’ controversial tweets have since sparked a row with Northern Ireland, who have warned other countries against signing deals with the UK until they are confident they will keep to their promises.

Ireland’s Deputy Premier Leo Varadkar told RTE Morning Ireland: “I saw those comments; I hope Dominic Cummings is speaking for himself and not for the British Government.

“But those comments are very alarming because that would indicate that this is a Government, an administration, that acted in bad faith and that message needs to be heard around the world.

“If the British Government doesn’t honour its agreements, it doesn’t adhere to treaties it signs, that must apply to everyone else too.

“At the moment they’re going around the world, they’re trying to negotiate new trade agreements… Surely the message must go out to all countries around the world that this is a British Government that doesn’t necessarily keep its word and. “Brinkwire Summary News”.


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