Theresa May causes controversy over latest Labour smear

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Theresa Mya labelled Labours Brexit plans a ‘betrayal’ of the British people during Prime Ministers Question’s today, sparking outrage.

Mr Corbyn asked the Prime Minister: “The Prime Ministers emerge from her cheques away day to promote a Brexit of ‘ambitious managed divergence’…could she tell the country what on earth ‘ambitious managed divergence’ would mean in practice?”

Mrs May hit back at Corbyn saying: “He asked me about the government position on the European Union, it’s very simple. We want to deliver on the vote of the British people, which means we will bring back control of our laws, our borders and out money.”

“Now, of course, that’s in direct contrast to the labour parties position, who want to be in a  customs union, the free movement and pay whatever it takes to the EU.

That would mean giving away control of our borders, our laws and our money and that would be a betrayal of the British people.”

Twitter users were not happy with Mrs May:

May just responded to the EUs Brexit treaty and it’s GOOD news

Theresa May responded to the EU’s planned Brexit treaty in the House of Commons today during Prime Minister’s questions.

In response to the EU’s latest demands which include Northern Ireland ot remain in the Customs Union, Mrs May said: “The draft legal text the Commission have published would, if implemented, undermine the UK common market and threaten the constitutional integrity of the UK by creating a customs and regulatory border down the Irish Sea, and no UK prime minister could ever agree to it.

“I will be making it crystal clear to President Juncker and others that we will never do so.”

She added: “The draft legal text the Commission have published would, if implemented, undermine the UK common market and threaten the constitutional integrity of the UK by creating a customs and regulatory border down the Irish Sea, and no UK prime minister could ever agree to it.

“I will be making it crystal clear to President Juncker and others that we will never do so.”

Sky News tweeted: ‘Theresa May has told the House of Commons the draft legal text produced by the European Commission would “undermine the UK common market and threaten the constitutional integrity of the UK” if implemented and “no UK Prime Minister could ever agree to it“‘