UK Parliament Declared Theresa May’s Government in Contempt for Hiding Legal Advice About Brexit

January 3, 2019 in News by RBN

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Theresa May withdrew her proposed Brexit deal before it could be voted upon because she knew it would fail because of its unpopularity – so much so that she tried to keep the damning legal advice from the attorney general about the deal hidden from parliament. That caused Theresa May’s government to be declared in contempt of parliament. As bad as the proposed deal was,  her ‘divorce’ agreement, as it has been called, is even worse. It will cost the UK $50-billion and keeps the immigration floodgates open until 2022. The UK still is scheduled to break from the EU on March 29, 2019, but Theresa May and other globalists in high places are hard at work pursuing ways to clog the machinery so badly that another referendum will seem acceptable to the public. [The commentator for this source does not represent the views of Need to Know News, but we believe that this analysis is the most accurate of all that currently are available.] -GEG