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Many have deduced that this means Boris Johnson has extended the truth by saying that before last year`s general election, he had “ready to put in the microwave” a deal ready to be put in the oven. Labour also pointed out a comment by Rishi Sunak in 2019. However, with a full quote, it is clear that the government had not yet negotiated a free trade agreement, but had so far only received “the contours of it, the framework of it”, with details that had to be “clarified” in 2020. Regarding the confusion over the Prime Minister`s comments during a speech at Good Morning Britain, Cleverly said: “The Prime Minister was absolutely clear. You have to remember that we rowed for a year on the Withdrawal Agreement. The Prime Minister made it clear that every Conservative candidate would sign the withdrawal agreement in the 2019 parliamentary elections, and it was the ready-made deal he talked about. Sunak was certainly optimistic about the prospects for a free trade agreement. But that`s not the same as saying you`re ready to go — he says the preliminary work has been done, with more needs in 2020. James Cleverly was sent this morning to fight for the Prime Minister, while his “oven deal” goes to the tightrope. One of them wrote: “When Cleverly called the British stupid because they thought an exit deal was just a withdrawal agreement and not a trade deal, why didn`t they release this video. ? According to the Herald and with a dose of seasonal metaphor, Pete Wishart, spokesman for the Scottish National Party`s shadow cabinet office, was less willing to look into the intricacies of messaging.
He told MPs this afternoon that “the Prime Minister`s deal was actually a barely gutted turkey.” But eight months later, the government does not seem any closer to a trade deal with the EU. We also have an FTA ready to be put in the oven. We don`t have an oven. A few days later, in an interview with The Sun On Sunday on November 3, Johnson said: “We have a deal that is ready for the oven. His tone, however, is far from the promise he made before last December`s general election to have a Brexit exit agreement “ready for the oven”. I hate to live up to the bad molded albino garbage bag with body parts, but when Bodger said he had a “ready-made deal,” he was referring to the withdrawal agreement, not the future trade deal. In January, Johnson marked the signing of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement with a photo of himself, accompanied by Union Jack flags. He repeated the mantra “ready to take” on many occasions during his election campaign. I think some people probably understood that the Withdrawal Agreement was only about the conditions for our withdrawal and the setting of a transitional period to allow us to negotiate the future relationship.
The Conservatives` manifesto had made it clear that the deal “is the only one on the table” and “puts the whole country on the path to a new free trade agreement with the EU”, indicating that a commitment to a deal with the EU would be respected. The withdrawal agreement, signed in January by Britain and the EU, provides for a transitional period until the end of this year, during which the two sides can negotiate a new trade agreement. Skillfully, slightly irritated by what he painted as the deliberate ignorance of his interviewer, he then said, “Actually, I know a lot of people used the `Oh, we were promised an oven chord` and that baked chord was delivered. The people who use this phrase on this trade deal are either showing their ignorance or dishonesty. There has always been a level of lying – the Withdrawal Agreement was not the end of anything. But it is clear now that there was a much deeper and even more cynical level of counterfeiting. Not only would Brexit not be “ready” if the Withdrawal Agreement was properly passed, but Cummings and Johnson intended to cancel it all the time. What was presented to voters as a point of no return was for them a temporary agreement that they would later cancel.