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Cameron’s weak EU deal ‘will leave Britain EVEN WORSE off’ claims senior Tory

OP Tory official Chris Grayling has slammed David Cameron’s weak EU deal and claimed the embattled Prime Minister’s renegotiation could leave Britain “worse off”.

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He is set to slam Cameron’s new deal, and claim it could leave us even worse off     GETTY


He will claim in his speech that remaining in the European Union would mean staying in an “unreformed EU which will hoover up more money and more power at every opportunity it gets”.“The degree to which the European Union now governs our lives is not changed by this agreement.”He will add: “The renegotiation has not returned powers to Parliament or the people elected and accountable to it.”

Chris Grayling

Chris Grayling will claim the renegotiation will not return powers to Britain    GETTY


The agreement that the Prime Minister reached three weeks ago provides us with a little insurance for the future.

Chris Grayling

The leader of the house is one of six members of the maleigned PM’s top team who are backing Brexit.Big names such as Preti Patel and Michael Gove have chimed in to claim Britain will be better out of the Union – and that the Prime Ministers deal does not go far enough to make staying worthwhile.Mr Grayling will add: “The agreement that the Prime Minister reached three weeks ago provides us with a little insurance for the future.

“It does not sort out the fundamental problems of our relationship with the EU today or prevent us from being affected by the changes that lie ahead.”

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Top Tories have lined up to condemn Cameron’s new deal   GETTY


He will also echo the fears of some Tory MPs that the deal removes the right of future Prime Ministers to use Britain’s veto during important treaty negotiations.”One of the inadvertent consequences of the renegotiation discussions is that we have agreed that Britain ‘shall not impede the implementation of legal acts directly linked to the functioning of the euro area’,” Mr Grayling will say.”This is a significant – and underappreciated – loss of leverage. We now lack a key tool in preventing further EU integration – which we might be dragged along into.

“In fact we may be in a worse situation than we were before.”

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Brexit backer Boris Johnson called for more Tory MPs to join the surging out campaign    GETTY


It comes as prominent Brexit backer Boris Johnson called for more Tory MPs to join the surging out campaign.Mr Johnson, who became a figurehead of the campaign after he revealed he would support Brexit, went on to slam Mr Cameron’s migrant benefit plans.Talking about the surging eurosceptic movement among parliament, he said: “What have we got? About 150 MPs now? That’s extraordinary.

“I would [encourage ministers to think again]. People should look at the arguments.”

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/651343/Chris-Grayling-David-Cameron-new-deal-britain-worse-off-boris-johnson

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