Brexit news: Boris Johnson attacks Remainers (Image: GETTY)
The new Prime Minister hit back at the pack of Tory rebels and accused them of “gravely damaging” the public interest. As reported by the MailOnline, Mr Johnson insisted that the Remainers were undermining the UK’s negotiating stance with the EU. Reported ringleader, Philip Hammond, has insisted that Parliament could block Mr Johnson’s no deal plans as he brings together a group of 20 MPs, including David Gauke and Rory Stewart.
In a letter obtained by MailOnline, Mr Johnson attacked Mr Hammond’s proposed plans while also stating that it would in fact make a no deal Brexit more likely.
Mr Johnson stated: “Any such Parliamentary campaign, any tricks of procedure or alliance of factions designed to derail Brexit, gravely damages the chances of our securing a deal.
“The EU can see the public debate among Parliamentarians and they have been told privately by some British politicians that Parliament will frustrate our exit on October 31.
“Some of you have said publicly that you are determined to try to stop us leaving the EU on that date if we cannot secure a deal.
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