JAcob Rees-Mogg today launches an appeal to the Leavers that they support Boris Johnson's efforts towards the conclusion of an agreement on Brexit, warning that a "compromise will be reached". inevitably necessary ".
In the Sunday Telegraph, the head of the Commons insists that "we can trust a Leaver Boris".
Relying on an idiom that seems to concede that Mr. Johnson can make unpopular concessions to the Brexiteers, Mr. Rees-Mogg states: "When he thinks that the state ship is worth more than one ha of tar, he deserves to be supported. "
This intervention comes as some Brexiteer MPs worry about the Prime Minister's suggestion to propose to the EU a compromise that Northern Ireland would be legally outside the EU. EU customs union, while remaining …