The former british foreign secretary and brexit-the advocate Boris Johnson believes that a hard brexit will best respond to what the british voted for in 2016, when they chose to leave the EU.
- The most logical is probably that this option (a hard brexit, red.) is the one that corresponds best to what the people voted for, he writes in the column in the british media The Telegraph.
the Announcement comes after the over 200 members of the british parliament from different political parties have signed a letter to the prime minister, Theresa May.
Here you are calling her to rule out a hard brexit - a brexit without agreement on future relations.
The former conservative minister Caroline Spelman, who has organised the event, believes that a hard brexit among other things, will cost jobs.
It rejects Boris Johnson, laughs at the predictions and call them "apocalyptic".
the Letter from meps to Theresa May comes a week before parliament according to the BBC are to vote on the brexitaftale, as Mays, the government has negotiated with the EU.
According to the BBC voting shall take place 15. January.
the House should have voted on brexitaftalen back in december.
the Vote was however postponed, because May had to realize, that it was to be voted down.
A new poll from research ORB showed Monday, according to Reuters, only 18 percent of brits believe that May have been the right brexitaftale in place.
To a question about whether May have secured the right deal, the equivalent of 59 percent, that they disagree, 21 percent say that they do not know it, and 18 percent agree with the statement.
It is the so far lowest support in this poll, which has followed the development among the voters since 2016.