LONDON, Oct. 18 (Reuters / EP) –
The spokesman of the Brexit of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), Sammy Wilson, said Friday that his training will put pressure on British deputies so that on Saturday they reject in the House of Commons the agreement to leave the European Union closed by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson with the European Union.
The DUP parliamentarian has said that the rejection of the agreement presented by Johnson offers better opportunities for his Government and for the Norwegian formation and that, therefore, he will campaign to be rejected by the Lower House of the British Parliament.
Speaking to the BBC radio station, Wilson has said that the ten deputies of the DUP in the House of Commons will vote against the agreement presented by Johnson in the vote to be held on Saturday in extraordinary session.
“We will encourage (other deputies) because we believe it has an impact on the unity of the United Kingdom, will further boost nationalist sentiment in Scotland and will be detrimental to the economy of Northern Ireland,” said Wilson.
“Rejecting it in the vote tomorrow is not the end of the game. In fact, it will probably give the Government some possibilities that are not now available after a general election,” argued the DUP deputy.