Brexiteers Go Bananas Over Latest Tory Betrayal

The latest Tory betrayal over Brexit has left Britain's Leavers even more angry at Rishi Sunak and his treacherous Tories than ever. The government has done a complete U-turn over plans to axe thousands of Brussels regulations by the end of this year.

Some 600 pieces of EU legislation are still to be rolled back in the UK, but ministers have reneged on a promise to ditch thousands more - the banana rule among them.

Among the newly saved laws is EU Regulation No  1333/2011 - governing the 'standards and requirements in the banana sector', so the rightly-mocked EU rules about the shape and curve of bananas are among the Brussels' laws set to remain.

Senior Tory Brexiteers have expressed their fury at Mr Sunak over his watering-down  of the aims of the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill.

Mr Rees-Mogg, who introduced the Bill to the House of Commons last summer, led the outcry against the PM's move.

Speaking to BBC Radio 4's Today programme yesterday, he said:  'Politicians need to stick to what they said they will do.

'When Rishi Sunak resigned (as chancellor), he said in his resignation letter to Boris Johnson that he believed the public are ready to hear the truth – our people know that if something is too good to be true, then it's not true.

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