Justine Greening says Theresa May is 'handling power to EU' in Brexit deal

Justine Greening says Theresa May is 'handling power to EU' in Brexit deal

Theresa May was "The greatest giveaway of sovereignty in modern times", as she faced a potential devastating pincer movement from Tory retirees and leavers condemning her Brexit plans.

Boris Johnson, resigned from the government and called for a second referendum on Brexit, former education secretary Justine Greening launches an attack on the prime minister, saying her plans would leave the country in the "worst of all worlds".

Piling yet more pressure on May, Greening – who resigned from the cabinet in January – backed the former transport minister's call for another public vote and said MPs should reject the Prime Minister's deal. Greening told the Observer: "The parliamentary deadlock has been clear for some time. It's the biggest giveaway of sovereignty in modern times.

"Instead, the government and parliament must recognize we should give people a final say on Brexit. Only they can break the deadlock and choose from the practical options for Britain's future now on the table. "

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