Furious Britons have hit out at Prime Minister Theresa May and called for the Government to deliver on the vote of the British people and “just bloody well get on with it”. Speaking to Express.co.uk, Will Podmore: “I feel extremely let down because May said to start with that no deal is better than a bad deal and she has come back with a worse deal than we had before we voted Leave. So, she has actually given the EU more control over our affairs than it had before. Under Article 50 we could leave. Under her proposed treaty we would not be allowed to leave. She said it herself.
“The EU would have a veto on our leaving. So she had negotiated for two and a half years and got us a worse situation so it’s extremely disappointing.
“She should resign and we should have a Government which is committed to doing what the election manifestos both said should be done.”
The furious Brexiteer said he was worried neither the Labour Party of Conservative Party will deliver on the vote of the British people in the 2016 Brexit referendum.
He added: “We have to make sure somehow or another that we push our elected representatives into doing what is right and what they promised us.”
Another Brexiteer known as Jill said the Brexit deal on offer is “appalling” and “worse than what we had before we voted”.
Jill said: “Well, I don’t know if I expected anything different but I think there has been a definite betrayal because we were told by David Cameron ‘however you vote then the Government will carry out your decision’.
“Instead of that David Cameron disappeared and we had Theresa May who said very good things at the beginning – she said the right things about the red lines and so on – but she hasn’t carried any of that out.”
While David Grimwood had a stern message for the Prime Minister. He said: “I am somebody who upholds the decision of the British people from June 2016. I want the best possible Brexit for the United Kingdom.
“I wouldn’t pretend that I understand al the intricacies. But if it means leaving without a deal and moving onto WTO terms – that’s what we should do.
“It’s not Parliament’s job to interpret and change the views of the British people. It’s Parliament’s job to deliver on the result of the referendum – not to start renegotiating, not to start saying ‘sorry it doesn’t work for us’.
“You gave us the decision, we had the decision, now just bloody well get on with it.”
Talks of a no deal Brexit increased over the past few weeks after Mrs May failed to gain the backing of 117 MPs during a vote of confidence in her premiership.
But after winning the confidence vote by just 200 MPs in December, Mrs May headed to Brussels in an attempt to get legal assurances from EU leaders on the Irish backstop in an effort to help her Brexit deal through Parliament.
Following crunch talks with EU leaders and Mr Juncker, the Prime Minister said there was an understanding among leaders that the Irish backstop must be temporary.
She said: “I reiterated that is is in the interest of the EU and UK to get this over the line. A disorderly Brexit is good for no one.”
While Mrs May attempts to make progress on her Brexit agreement with the EU, Brussels officials have announced plans for financial services, air transport and customs under a no deal Brexit.
The plans have been published to ensure businesses and citizens are protected from “major disruption” caused by a no-deal exit.
EU Commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis has warned the no-deal plans “cannot replicate benefit of withdrawal agreement or European Union membership”.