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Many ministers thinking hard on whether to accept Brexit deal, says Jo Johnson

"I know many are reflecting hard about the deal that's looming and how they will respond to it but it's obviously for each of them to work out how best to respond," he told BBC Radio.


Devdiscourse News Desk london Last Updated at 10-11-2018 14:41:26 IST United Kingdom
Many ministers thinking hard on whether to accept Brexit deal, says Jo Johnson
  • "It's up to (lawmakers) to take a stand, I've done so if others feel that it's right for them to do so then good on them." (Image Credit: Twitter)

Jo Johnson, the younger brother of Boris, who quit the British government on Friday over Brexit, said he knew many other ministers and lawmakers were "reflecting hard" on whether to accept an exit deal and would welcome other resignations.

The junior transport minister, who voted to remain in the European Union in the 2016 referendum, quit in protest at Prime Minister Theresa May's "delusional" Brexit plan, which he said put the country on the brink of the greatest crisis since World War Two.

"I know many are reflecting hard about the deal that's looming and how they will respond to it but it's obviously for each of them to work out how best to respond," he told BBC Radio.

"It's up to (lawmakers) to take a stand, I've done so if others feel that it's right for them to do so then good on them."

(With inputs from agencies.)

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