The May betrayal document

Labour have just confirmed on LBC that they will be opposing the stitch-up. This is it below. But first, Andy Wigmore’s comment:

This brexit dodgy dossier is worse than @campbellclaret and Blair’s #DodgyDossier

8 comments for “The May betrayal document

  1. Bill
    November 25, 2018 at 3:20 pm

    How much did they pay the spider?

  2. Errol
    November 25, 2018 at 3:41 pm

    Quite simply, it is not about ‘national unity’. We voted to leave the EU. That was the result. Whatever Remain might have wanted is irrelevant. That is why you’re in office and not sharing it with Corbyn.

    Now, Theresa May; do as we instructed you and bring the UK out of the EU. Reclaim all of our supranational seats, allow us to make international trade deals, to set our own taxes and to ignore any and all EU law in pertuity while paying them nothing beyond a minor settlement figure to exceed no more than our legal liabilities for this financial year.

    We are NOT paying their pensions. Any pension will be taxed at UK rates. Get us out. Your document is nothing short of traitorous and you know it.

  3. Valentine Gray
    November 25, 2018 at 8:30 pm

    May has done one piece of service she has shown us what a collection of Vampires run the EU it is almost like they want to drink our blood, May revolts me it has been a charade from the off, Queen of the piss takers.

  4. Pcar
    November 25, 2018 at 11:43 pm



    “national unity” is surrender to EU with a “deal” that Remoaners, Remainers & Brexiters oppose.

    A “compromise” which satisfies nobody in one country, but gifts another country all it wants is not a compromise.

    Buying a new kitchen:

    EU Offers this new kitchen for £40,000

    Husband: where’s sink?
    Daughter: where’s coooker?
    Dog: where’s floor?
    Son: where’s microwave?
    Cat: why are we not allowed to use kitchen as we want?

    Wife to family: It’s a great offer

    Husband: Why are we forbidden from buying elsewhere?
    Family: Yes, it’s worse than what we have.

    Wife to family: La, la, la

    Wife: OK, we’ll accept with no sink, cooker, floor, microwave, fridge and restricted use for £40,000

    Wife to family: It’s a great deal

    EU: Ehm, Cupboards not now possible – Carlos won’t agree

    Wife: OK, we’ll accept with no sink, cooker, floor, microwave, fridge.or cupboards and restricted use for £40,000

    Wife to family: It’s an even greater deal. If not accepted kitchen we have will be demolished.

    Family: It’s not. It is useless, we can’t do anything in it, we’re paying £40,000 for nothing. No kitchen is better than a £40,000 useless inaccessible kitchen

    Wife: All signed and done deal. I’m leaving, EU have offered me a great job.

  5. November 26, 2018 at 1:30 pm

    Please support my efforts to start an email campaign – see over at my place today.

    You can email the PM at and
    She won’t answer you if you’re not in her Maidenhead constituency, but it should piss off her local office.

    To send a message to Number 10, you need to use

    Make your feelings known. It’s time to get angry…

  6. Pcar
    November 27, 2018 at 12:41 am

    Democracy compromised; How little Elite think of British poeple; No Democracy in UK

    Good summary by RoI chap
    Brexit Sabotage and the Price of Freedom

    Brexit & EU Aims To Be An Empire – Bruno La Maire in Handelsblatt “EU use power to become an Empire of Peace” from 2m6s

    Hmm, “Empire of Peace” reminds me of….

  7. Pcar
    November 27, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Brexit Kayfabe IV – Bribefest

    91 – That’s how many MPs claim to be willing to vote against Surrendef.

    In reality, there might be thirty who will eventually vote against it.

    Why do I think that? Well, because the EU spent two years planning this moment, and they are known to like bribery and blackmail.

    And Treason May was their handpicked insider, determined to hand over Britain to her paymasters by wrecking Brexit.

    And because for the last six months since Chequers emerged, she has handed over all that remained on the table that the EU desire – she has truly “given away the farm”.

    All the obstacles that appeared to be blocking Chequers have now all magically evaporated, enabling the EU to wave Chequers through in under an hour.

    It was always a formality, as they wrote it.

    If they offered a second referendum on Scottish independence, how many SNP Ayes could the EU buy?

    You’ll hear that a lot in the mainstream media over the next few weeks.

    Probably accompanied by phrases like “People are tired of Brexit and just want a deal” and “This is the best deal we could get” and “There is no support for a hard Brexit”

    The fix is in, and unless a true Brexiteer can step up and stop this, the media will be telling us all in a few weeks about what a surprise it was that Surrender passed…– a deal that more closely resembles joining the EU than leaving it; betrayed from within.”

    A deal that more closely resembles joining the EU than leaving it; betrayed from within. – spot on.

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