Telegraph: against the agreement Mae for Brexit will perform more than a third of conservatives
LONDON, January 15. /TASS/ — this includes former foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, as well as one of the leaders of eurosceptics in the ranks of the party Jacob Rees-Mogg, the newspaper notes.
At least 112 members of the ruling UK Conservative party, or more than one third of the total number of tories in the House of Commons of the British Parliament is expected to vote on Tuesday against the agreement of the government Theresa may under the terms Brexit. This was announced on Monday evening on its website, the newspaper The Daily Telegraph.
According to the publication, which is one of the main grandstands for the supporters of the country’s withdrawal from the European Union, among those who do not support the government deal include such well-known conservatives as former foreign Minister Boris Johnson, one of the leaders of eurosceptics in the ranks of the Tory Jacob Rees-Mogg, the former head of the conservatives, Ian Duncan Smith, the former head of two departments — the Ministry of environment, food and rural development and the Ministry of state for Northern Ireland, Owen Paterson, his successor in the last post Theresa Villiers, former Minister of culture, media and sport John Whittingdale, former attorney General of England and Wales Dominic Grieve.
Among the opponents of the deal, in addition to Johnson, also included other former members of the ruling Tory Cabinet directly under the leadership itself, Theresa may, including ex-Ministers for Brexit David Davis and Dominic Raab, as well as former defense Minister Michael Fallon, former Minister for international development, Priti Patel and her predecessor, Justine greening, who was also at the time Minister of transportation and Minister of education.