Brexit news: MEP destroys Leo Varadkar and the EU (Image: REUTERS/GETTY/AFP)
On Wednesday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson continued his tour of the UK as he met with leaders of Northern Ireland’s five main parties. The previous day, Mr Johnson had also held a phone conversation with Irish Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar, where he again stated that the UK will leave the EU on October 31 "no matter what". In response to Mr Johnson’s demands, the Irish Taoiseach insisted that he will not be “bullied” on the issue of the Irish backstop.
Attacking both Mr Varadkar and the EU, Mr Heaver said this week: “Leo Varadkar and EU still seem to think UK must swallow a Treaty we've already rejected three times.
“Time to finally leave on World Trade Organisation terms, take back control and invest the £39billion in our nation's future instead."
Since the conclusion of the talks between the EU and the UK, the trade bloc has warned that there will be no further negotiations.