UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Brexit trade negotiator David Frost have been described as “incompetence” by angry Britons who suggested that the UK’s lead Brexit negotiators should have told his EU’s counterpart Michel Barnier to “get on his bike”.
The latest anger comes as Mr Barnier issued a shocking fishing proposal which seeks to have fishing quotas reviewed every ten years, which means that the UK would remain tied to the EU somehow despite voting to leave the bloc four years ago.
However, Britons have loudly reacted to the offer… saying it was time to shut the door on Brexit negotiations and tell Mr Barnier to “get on his bike”.
“Starting to look like Boris and Frost are incompetent in dealing with Barnier they should have told him to get on his bike I can see both of them rolling over to get a deal.” One Briton said.
“The UK should walk away from the fake trade negotiations on the 2nd December 2020 and revoke the Theresa May’s – EU Withdrawal Agreement – on the grounds of bad faith by the EU. We need a fresh start,” another Briton said.
Another furious Briton said, “Boris if you do any such thing like giving the EU 10 year timelines to negotiate fishing access to British waters you will be burned at the stake. You warned the EU that we would leave on WTO terms if they did not change their stance and unreasonable demands.
“Nothing has changed. The EU demands have not changed at all. They still think that they have the right to demand control of UK policy, possession and law that they would not dare demand of any other nation.
“Please stop this farce now. This is not a negotiation…It is the EU trying to force the UK to their will with blackmail, coercion and bullying tactics.
“You are making the British people extremely angry with this ongoing farce. End the negotiations now and prepare our businesses for WTO terms. You owe it to the British people to walk away from this so-called negotiation now”.
Another person said, “Boris Johnson, unfortunately, is giving the impression he is not a Churchillian leader, He sets deadlines and, just as we are told the EU is about to cave in, he gives another extension allowing the ‘enemy’ a chance to regroup and review its strategy.
“It seems he is desperate for a deal despite telling us WTO / Australian terms are fine. Is he in the pocket of some top Tory supporters?”