Radio host who thought Brexit was ‘most stupid idea’ is ‘fed up’ – ‘Let’s just leave!’

Radio host, James Whale, who has repeatedly clashed with Brexiteers on his talkRADIO show, claimed he was “fed up” with Brexit. Whale also claimed he was “not happy” with the treatment British MEPs have received on the continent, as he called for the UK to “go it alone” with France, Germany, Spain and Italy. Speaking on James Whale Breaks The News, the presenter said: “I thought Brexit was the most ridiculously stupid idea I had ever heard of.

“David Cameron should be brought back, I say this every week, be made to kneel before the nation and apologise profusely.

“But, since we have gone through all of this, I am so flipping fed up with it.

“I think we just leave and sort them out. And I am not happy with the way the European Parliament are treating us and behaving.”

He added: “So maybe, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Britain could just go it alone.”

I thought Brexit was the most ridiculously stupid idea I had ever heard of

James Whale

But, responding to the radio host, Remainer and People’s Vote campaigner Charlie Mullins, said he did not think the UK would leave the EU at the end of October this year.

He said: “I don’t think we should just sit back and just leave and accept no deal.

“I think it is more important than ever. I think there is more evidence out there that we are going to have a tough time and possibly go into recession.

“I don’t think we should be sitting back. If we support remain, we should still be going for that.”

He added: “I don’t think anything has changed since Theresa May’s days. The situation is still the same and I don’t think it will change.

“I still don’t believe we will be leaving on the 31.”

Since taking over as Prime Minister, Mr Johnson has repeatedly demanded the backstop mechanism within the withdrawal agreement is ejected, to allow Brexit talks with the EU to resume. But so far, there has been zero movement from the bloc.

Speaking to reporters during a visit to a science centre in Abingdon, Mr Johnson said: “We are going to leave the European Union on October 31 which is what the people of this country voted for, it’s what MPs voted for, and that’s what I think parliamentarians of this country should get on and do.

“I think that MPs should get on and deliver on what they have promised over and over and over again to the people of this country, they will deliver on the mandate of 2016 and leave the EU on October 31.”

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The Prime Minister is also currently facing threats from pro-EU MPs within his own party who have hinted they could vote against him in a potential no-confidence vote to try to block a no deal Brexit.

But, Mr Johnson’s team are confident the UK would be able to leave the EU without a deal on October 31, even if they lost a no-confidence vote, and potentially be able to push a future general election until after Britain has already left the bloc.

Rebels have hinted under the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act, if the Government lost a vote of no-confidence MPs could seek to put a new government of national unity in its place – before going to the EU to ask for a further Brexit extension.

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