Former British foreign minister Boris Johnson has revived his fierce criticism of Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan for leaving the European Union, saying Britain will end up having no say on EU regulations while being forced to accept them.
In his weekly column for the Daily Telegraph, Johnson wrote on Monday that May’s plan for preserving the regulatory alignment with the EU after the country leaves the bloc in March would mean even more dependence on Brussels after Brexit.
“We will remain in the EU taxi; but this time locked in the boot, with absolutely no say on the destination,” Johnson wrote in his column.
The conservative politician resigned from his post as foreign minister after May announced her final plan of action for Brexit in a meeting in Chequers, her country residence, in early July. Johnson said at the time that the plan would nullify a Brexit which people voted for in June 2016.
In his article, Johnson again…