While British lawmaker Jacob Rees-Mogg heaped negativity on British Prime Minister’s Brexit plan, the only alternative he cited was a no-deal exit whose economic consequences he failed to spell out.
Britain’s Eurosceptic lawmaker Jacob Rees-Mogg said, neither the European Union nor the British parliament is likely to accept Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan
Leaving the bloc without an exit deal should hold no fear, said Mogg.
“The (opposition) Labour Party doesn’t like it and will vote against it. The Conservative Party doesn’t seem to like it and we will vote against it, and the EU won’t accept it,” said Rees-Mogg to a pro-Brexit rally at the Conservative Party’s annual conference in Birmingham.