Dominic Cummings says the Brexit process is a “train wreck” which may be beyond saving.
Cummings — who directed the Vote Leave campaign — claims Prime Minister Theresa May and Chancellor Philip Hammond are trying to keep Britain in the European Union in everything but name.
The government is wasting time with “logically, legally and practically incompatible” promises, he says.
Cummings tells Conservative MPs and donors to get rid of May in order to save Brexit and keep Jeremy Corbyn out of Downing Street.
LONDON — The man who directed the official campaign to leave the European Union has described Brexit as a “train wreck” and suggested that Theresa May’s government now “effectively has no credible policy and the whole world knows it.”See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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