- Boris Johnson accuses anti-Brexit supporters of making a “disastrous mistake”.
- The Foreign Secretary will advise those trying to stop Brexit of a “betrayal” of the referendum vote.
- He will contend Remainers are apropos “ever some-more determined” to stop Brexit
- However, Johnson will contend that “many” Remain supporters have “noble” aims.
LONDON — Boris Johnson will currently advise campaigners against Brexit, that they are making a “disastrous mistake” that would lead to “permanent and ineradicable feelings of betrayal” among those who voted to leave the EU.
In a major debate after today, Johnson will credit politicians, such as the Conservative MP Anna Soubry, of attempting to “frustrate” Brexit.
“I fear that some people are apropos ever some-more dynamic to stop Brexit, to retreat the referendum opinion of Jun 23 2016, and to perplex the will of the people,” he will say.
“I trust that would be a catastrophic mistake that would lead to permanent and ineradicable feelings of betrayal. We can't and will not let it happen.”
Johnson is approaching use his debate to find to oppose the “anxieties” of Remain supporters about Brexit.
“If we are to lift this plan by to inhabitant success – as we must – then we must also strech out to those who still have anxieties,” he will say.
“I wish to try currently to anatomize at slightest some of those fears and to show to the best of my ability that they are unfounded, and that the very conflicting is customarily true: that Brexit is not grounds for fear but hope.”
However, in a prejudiced try to strech out to Remain supporters, the Foreign Secretary will concur that “many” Remainers are encouraged by “noble sentiments”.
“It is not good adequate to contend to Remainers – you lost, get over it; since we must accept that many are actuated by wholly eminent sentiments, a genuine clarity of oneness with the European neighbours and a enterprise for the UK to succeed,” he will say.
Johnson is also approaching to call on May to exercise stricter immigration manners after Brexit.
Writing in the Sun in allege of his debate Johnson claims that EU membership had led to the salary of “indigenous” British people to be suppressed.
“We also need to ask ourselves some tough questions about the impact of 20 years of rash immigration by low-skilled, low-wage workers — and what many see as the accompanying termination of salary and disaster to deposit scrupulously in the skills of inland immature people,” he writes.
Johnson’s comments were described by anti-Brexit campaigners as “hypocrisy of the top order.”
“He has so distant unsuccessful to explain because he is campaigning in Cabinet to take the U.K. out of the etiquette kinship when there is no other solution to the Irish limit issue and it will jeopardise the Good Friday Agreement settlement,” Labour MP and Open Britain supporter Chuka Umunna said.
“He has unsuccessful to explain because the Government has unsuccessful to start negotiating new trade deals when the campaign he led betrothed we would do so immediately after the Leave vote.”
“Boris Johnson needs to come purify and concur that we can't have the cake and eat it when leaving the EU. His debate is on Valentine’s Day, not Apr Fool’s Day.”