Leave.EU Co-founder says Jeremy Corbyn will be the next PM – if Theresa May stays on

By Benjamin Jenkins

The co-founder of the Leave.eu campaign Richard Tice just delivered a shocking vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May on BBC Question Time.

Watch the stunned look on the face of Karen Bradley, the Secretary of State for Culture and Media as the property entrepreneur and prominent Brexiteer delivered his damning verdict.

Question Time host David Dimbleby asked the Brexit campaign chief: “do you think Theresa May is going to finish her full term and would you like her to fight the next general election?”

The Tory MP for Staffordshire Moorlands’ looked dumbfounded as the co-chair of Leave Means Leave and CEO of the Leave.eu campaign Richard Tice answered: “I’m afraid to say but if she does complete the next term, Jeremy Corbyn will be the next Prime Minister.”

Watch the clip:

Brexit campaign founder leaves Tory STUNNED

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Posted by The London Economic on Thursday, 28 September 2017


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