But his comments were considered “Peak Duncan Smith” because he voted in favour of the deal and also tried to prevent the House of Commons from having more time to discuss the deal just before Boris Johnson proclaimed an election to enforce it. While this is worrying for many, Duncan Smith`s complaint is the withdrawal law that he and other Tory MPs passed last year by the House of Commons, which he now claims is the problem. Does their criticism of the deal have any value? As James Crisp pointed out, Duncan Smith`s claim of £160 billion in liabilities is based on the premise that every investment by the European Investment Bank fails without restructuring (the bank has a AAA rating) – and that EU countries decide to resort to capital instead of finding other ways to cover liability. Iain Duncan Smith – It seems like we have “stupid people in the Conservative Party with big mouths and little brains” who don`t read the exit deal before they vote. t.co/eMaRZwqFYD pic.twitter.com/L6LA6eJP4r Mr Duncan Smith voted in favour of the agreement which he criticised when it was presented to Parliament. Since both MEPs voted in favour of the agreement, they hardly brushed their tracks. It`s less of a thriller than a comedy, not so much Professor Moriarty as Dr. Evil. Colombo would catch Davis in five minutes without having to say “one thing.” Agatha Christie wouldn`t need to write a confusing salon break. Duncan Smith, who had been above his body from the front page and held the murder weapon, his only defense would be to name Hercule Poirot an “unelected Brussels bureaucrat.” The European Commission has rejected a request by senior Conservative officials to rewrite the Brexit withdrawal agreement to reduce the amount of cash Britain has to pay to the EU. A withdrawal agreement that your government has made. A withdrawal agreement that you voted for. A withdrawal agreement that you celebrated.

A withdrawal agreement that you have obviously not read. t.co/Ul81eR7P7y We were told it was a “furnace market.” But while the withdrawal agreement has a place of honour in the Conservative Party`s manifesto and no Conservative MP votes against it, some Conservative MPs have now opposed it, including David Davis and now Iain Duncan Smith. But in an interview with reporters on Tuesday, a spokesman for the European Commission said the financial part of the deal de-established “completely normal legal obligations.” The VA has always been under development, as the UK is entitled, at the end of this year, to a comprehensive agreement that treats the UK as a sovereign partner. Failure to comply with it must lead to a rejection of the VA. So why say such an obvious thing a few months ago and the opposite today? They may have really forgotten what platform they were running on or what they voted for a few months ago. . . .