Reminder: PM Cummings had every MP who refused to vote for the WA (because they’d read it) sacked.

Now they want all the MPs who did vote for it to say it’s rubbish.

Snakes, the lot of them.
MPs like Dominic Grieve and Ken Clarke stood up in the House and explained the WA put a border down the middle of the Irish Sea.

The Tories voted for it.

The Tories are now trying to pretend they had no idea the WA put a border down the Irish Sea.
Grieve, Clarke, Soames - over 30 Tory MPs were expelled from the party for pointing out the consequences of Boris’s deal.

Boris is now telling his party his deal is rubbish.

Self serving, double dealing liar.
I watched Steve Baker on the news saying he was “doing cartwheels” he was so happy with Boris’s WA deal.

They were delighted.

ERG are now calling for it to be scrapped.

I hope you’re all enjoying being taken for fools.

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