Prime Minister will take Britain out of the EU irrespective of threats
from former British Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair who muted
campaigners could challenge her decision and sue the Government almost a
decade after he left office.
The news comes as Express.co.uk reveals Tory MPs are also putting
forward a proposal to scrap the 1972 European Communities Act and leave
The plans, drawn up by former Cabinet minister John Redwood, could see
Britain leave the EU much more quickly, with suggestions of a New Year
The Prime Minister is operating against a backdrop of financial collapse
in Europe with countries including Germany and Italy teetering on the
verge of European Central Bank bail out.
The EU is diverting billions of pounds to deal with a migrant crisis of
gargantuan proportions and outbreaks of widespread terror as countries
now close their borders snubbing EU agreements like Schengen.
The UK is continuing to pay money into the EU each week despite claims
of widespread corruption and accusations of large scale fraud in some
African nations which are receiving billions of pounds in subsidies.
“There were people who are threatening to try and stop Brexit. The
bottom line is that here is nothing that could possibly be allowed to
stand in its way. Everyone in Europe is expecting it, the decision has
been taken by the British people and that’s it. Let’s get on with it.”