Cabinet Brexiteers fall in line as red lines are rubbed out

The government has released a statement on the UK's future relationship with the EU, citing agreement in Cabinet. Commenting, Best for Britain CEO Eloise Todd said: 

“Two years into her premiership the Prime Minister has a starting point for Brexit negotiations. It neglects our service sector that makes up the bulk of our economy. It says we take back control of our laws, but admits that we will be following common rules as long as our Parliament rubber-stamps them. The people of this country need a say on whether this is what they want, and whether they are ready to give up real power within Europe for a common rule book outside. It’s time for May to call a people’s vote so the public can take back control of this process.”