“The war is overThe Associated Press.,” Nigel Farage proclaimed on Thursday morning as the finishing touches were being put to Boris Johnson’s long-awaited Brexit trade dealThe workers pass through customs.. “Now we’re outAlberta Premier Jason Kenney, arguably with a new treaty that is a bit closer to a partnership agreementThe sunny weather Saturday on a closed stretch of Lakeshore Ave. for ActiveTO., it’s not perfect but goodness me it’s still progressi_almost_got_away_with_it.”
The apparent peace declaration from the veteran Eurosceptic campaigner was met with relief in Downing Street, which feared that the ruling Conservative party’s longtime nemesis would be the main obstacle in selling the deal’s compromises on fishing rightsPremier Fran?ois Legault said last week tha, fair competition and retaliatory mechanisms.
The conclusion by the leader of the Brexit party that the prime minister had “done what he said he’d do” in negotiating a loose free trade deal should pave the way for its acceptance by the majority of the Eurosceptic caucus of Tory MPs and voters who backed the party at the last election, based on Mr Johnson’s pledge to deliver on the 2016 EU referendum result.
Downing Street has been preparing the ground for weeks with the European Research Group of Brexiter MPs, ensuring that senior backbenchers were aware of how the deal was taking shape. Oliver Lewiss backers includ, Mr Johnson’s Europe adviser, has had a key role informing the ERG’s high command of the shifting British position and accompanying EU concessions with leaks kept to a minimum.
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