No.10 try to calm waters after the exit of Cummings saying: Their Brexit Strategy “has not changed.”


After the exit of Dominic Cummings and Lee Cain, the PM spokesperson has tried to calm rough waters saying the Brexit negotiation strategy has not changed. This message was put out after the EU started to push the narrative of Britain being weak and ready to capitulate in negotiations due to the collapse of Boris Johnson’s team.

Due to the devastating departure of two prominent brexiteers from the Brexit group in No.10, it wasn’t sure if Britains Chief negotiator Lord Frost was also about to leave, it was reported that Boris had spoken to Mr Frost on Wednesday to try and keep him onside and luckily Frost decided to stay on.

Below is a quick analysis on what’s going on.

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1 Comment on "No.10 try to calm waters after the exit of Cummings saying: Their Brexit Strategy “has not changed.”"

  1. Why, WHY do the UK have into full line with the EU, unless the PM and all the MPs are being paid off and giving a large income to stay within the EU, I take both two options.

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