Speaking to TalkRADIO, the Brexit supporter claimed any plans to stop a no deal Brexit organised by Remainer MPs with the help of House of Commons
Speaking to TalkRADIO, the Brexit supporter claimed any plans to stop a no deal Brexit organised by Remainer MPs with the help of House of Commons Speaker John Bercow would have already been revealed in order to fulfil its aim before October 31. Mr Tousi claimed anti-Brexit MPs have nothing left up their sleeves and dismissed the anti-Brexit case presented to Scottish courts last week. He said: “We would have known by now if they had anything in terms of planning – the Remainer MPs and Bercow.
“We would have known, they would have announced the plan somehow.
“But because they’re going with complete no confidence planning, that means they’ve got nothing up their sleeves.”
Commenting on the anti-Brexit court case opened in Scotland, he added: “They don’t have the timing behind them so by the time that finishes we would have left.”
Echoing Mr Tousi’s comments, TalkRADIO host Mike Graham claimed Remainers in the House of Commons know their “game is done”.
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He said: “So basically they’ve been stitched up like kippers, which is quite amusing to watch.
“And also what is very funny to watch for me is the kind of hysterical Remainers, they don’t know what to do.
“They’re flapping around almost as if they know the game is done and they’re just going to have to try to make as much noise as possible to seem relevant.
“But they don’t seem very relevant anymore.”
In his letter, the leader of the Opposition said: “This Government has no mandate for no deal, and the 2016 EU referendum provided no mandate for no deal.
“I, therefore, intend to table a vote of no confidence at the earliest opportunity when we can be confident of success.
“Following a successful vote of no confidence in the Government, I would then, as Leader of the Opposition, seek the confidence of the house for a strictly time-limited temporary government with the aim of calling a general election, and securing the necessary extension of Article 50 to do so.”
He concluded his plea with the wish to discuss his proposals further to ensure the “uncertainty and disarray” end.