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BREXIT FURY: Tories say NO to single market as they lose patience with May’s delays

CONSERVATIVE members are losing patience with the Government’s delaying over Brexit, with more than three-quarters now in favour of a “hard” exit from the EU.

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Conservative members are losing patience with the Government’s delaying over Brexit


A poll last week found that 78 per cent of Tory supporters want to leave the single market and regain full control of our borders, compared to 69 per cent last month.

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David Davis refused to commit Government to keeping single market membership


Three quarters of those who voted to leave say immigration control should be the priority

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Only 18 per cent now back a Norway-type “softer” form of Brexit in which the UK remains a single market member without signing up to Schengen free movement but with a time-limited emergency break on immigration.Twenty six per cent favoured this option a month ago. Paul Goodman, who published the findings on the Conservative Home website, said: “The more party members think about it, the more they seem to want a hard Brexit.”

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Polling by Lord Ashcroft found that 52 per cent of voters want government control over immigration


Last week Number 10 distanced itself from Brexit Secretary David Davis when he refused to commit the Government to keeping single market membership.He told the Commons: “If a requirement of membership is giving up control of our borders, then I think that makes it very improbable.”

Polling by Tory peer Lord Ashcroft last week found that 52 per cent of voters want the Government to prioritise controlling immigration compared to 28 per cent who think the single market is more important.

Seventy six per cent of Leave voters favoured immigration if it came to a tradeoff. Ashcroft, a former deputy chairman of the Conservative Party, said: “Three quarters of those who voted to leave say immigration control should be the priority.”

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Theresa May said India, Mexico, South Korea and Singapore were also keen to remove their barriers


Speaking after Australia and the UK began “preliminary discussions” about a new trade deal, Prime Minister Theresa May said India, Mexico, South Korea and Singapore were also keen to remove trade barriers.She refused to “provide a running commentary” on what sort of deal Britain will negotiate, saying: “It is not about the Norway model or the Swiss model or any other country’s model – it is about developing our own British model.”

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London has become America’s most popular travel destination after Britain voted to leave the EU


How vote made London a hotspot for AmericansLONDON has become America’s most popular travel destination after Britain voted to leave the EU, according to a new survey.

A poll of 1,000 travel agents in the US found the capital had become the number one travel spot post Brexit, thanks to the falling pound.

London rose two places to top the table, beating the Caribbean and Mexico.

“This is further proof that travellers are willing to adjust and seize upon a prime opportunity when there’s increased value in a particular destination,” said Nina Chacko of the Minnesota-based Travel Leaders Group which carried out the research.

A study of hotel prices by travel site Trivago found that the average nightly hotel rate in London in mid-August was about 15 per cent cheaper compared to the same time last year.

The Trivago analysis found that hotel prices in most other British cities also dropped in the past few months. One pound currently buys you $1.33, down from $1.48 before the Referendum on June 23.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/709373/majority-brexiters-single-market-theresa-may-david-davis-ashcroft-Conservative-Home

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Lin Wren
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TM shouldn’t be in power at all. Most MPS thought it was safe but they have learnt very quick that she will sacrifice them to get what she wants. She has to be made aware that we will not except anything but immediate withdrawal from EU with no add ons. No mandate TM so your not safe from fury

Michael Roast
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Michael Roast

Mrs May, you are starting to look like a gutless wonder, get us out now.

Linwren
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I’m not a Tory but I’m also losing patience with the delay. It is not her, TMs, Brexit it’s is ours, the people’s of UK Brexit. We want out now closing all borders until we can judge what mess has to be cleaned up after Cameron n TM’S stupidity on immigration. Personally I think the Tories made a mistake with Theresa May n she should go asap before she’s allowed to do more damage

KeithBowden
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Just get us out now or suffer the consequences May.

Jane Davies
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Jane Davies

No single market needed just invoke Article 50 and get it done….now.

Lillian Lowery
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Out now – no single market no more immigrants until there is a inventry of what we are dealing with in respect of numbers and border agency increased in number to pick up illegals who are working for dishonest employers and not paying income tax.

jennifer
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get us out now no single market

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