Theresa May slams Brexit meddler Tony Blair in blistering attack and says his second referendum push is ‘insult to office’. By David Wooding.
THERESA May launched a blistering attack on Brexit saboteur Tony Blair.
She accused the former Labour PM of insulting the British people with his shifty attempts to thwart the referendum result.
They know, but the PC establishment does not admit it except when they snap:
And she bluntly reminded him it was his own open-door immigration policy which spurred millions to vote leave.
Mrs May’s patience snapped after an exhausting week of clashes with MPs and Eurocrats blocking her departure deal.
In an astonishing broadside, she lashed out at her predecessor’s treacherous trip to meet EU chiefs in Brussels while Brexit talks were taking place.
Shifty, and a principal cause of the mess
She raged: “There are too many people who want to subvert the process for their own political interests – rather than acting in the national interest.
Way to go Ms May!