Mr Rees-Mogg has accused “deceitful” and “underhand” MPs of trying to hatch a plan to block a no deal Brexit, according to the MailOnline. The Tory MP also said MPs were too scared to call a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister as it would lead to a massive defeat for Jeremy Corbyn and his Labour party in a snap election.
Mr Rees-Mogg went to Balmoral to gain the Queen’s approval for suspending Parliament last week.
Opponents of Mr Johnson include former Chancellor Philip Hammond who hopes to take control of the Commons agenda from the Government this week, allowing laws to be passed which would halt a no deal Brexit.
However, Mr Rees-Mogg wrote in The Daily Mail that this type of “politicking” was “unconstitutional”, and that Mr Johnson’s opponents are “too frightened” to call for a vote of no confidence.
He wrote: “They dare not use the confidence procedures because they know that Jeremy Corbyn is too unpopular.”
Jacob Rees-Mogg sends shocking message to "deceitful" Remoaners: "Bring down Boris!" (Image: GETTY)
Mr Rees-Mogg said Remainers are "too frightened" to go against Boris (Image: GETTY)
He also said in his article that Remainers risk sabotaging plans to plough millions into public services.
He said: “The Chancellor has made clear it will focus on voters' priorities – schools, education, health and the police and it may be unwise for the Commons to stand in the way of the recruitment of 20,000 more police officers, or to prevent more than £14 billion being committed to our schools.”
He has also urged the House Speaker John Bercow not to interfere in the process.
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Jeremy Corbyn was branded "unpopular" by Mr Rees-Mogg (Image: GETTY)
He claimed Mr Bercow “is bound by a requirement to represent the whole House of Commons, and by