Bryant Ribs “Leader of the Out Campaign” Grayling

Chris Grayling will be delighted to have been named the “leader of the Out campaign” by Chris Bryant at Business questions. Grayling writes in today’s Telegraph that the EU is “disastrous” for Britain:

“Most people in Westminster know that I hold strong Eurosceptic views. It is time for Britain to vote again on its future in Europe… I am someone who believes that simply staying in the EU with our current terms of membership unchanged would be disastrous for Britain. That’s why I have always believed that it is imperative that his renegotiation takes place and delivers as much potential change as possible. It is in the interests of all Eurosceptics and of our country. I want Britain to choose between a changed relationship and leaving, and not between the current situation and leaving.”

To paraphrase Bryant, he’s the first Cabinet minister to come out since yesterday…




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