Tory's backstencher warned that the European Union might want the Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit agreement to fail in order to create "complete panic" throughout Britain. Mr Drax said, "Machiavellian, I would say, I am terrified of thinking about what goes on behind these glass doors and that tenth glass of Chablis, you know, how do we keep the UK in this terrible institution? I'll tell you what we're going to do.This is a clever plan.Things something that MPs will never accept.They will lower it and then all the Remainers will take over.There will be complete panic and they will all cry again by telling us oh please take us back ".
Mr. Drax told Express.co.uk he "would not be surprised" if the EU wants Brexit to "fail". He warned: "I think they underestimate the British people.
" This is a point that the MPs here are forgetting and even the prime minister, to a certain extent.
"As Churchill found in the war, the British people succeeded in overcoming it and at the beginning many of these politicians were not with him." They were very happy to surrender to Germany and appease it
" He remained alone and is the British people who said "Churchill, we are fighting and we do not want to give up.
"And again, I feel that the British are behind us, the MPs may not be but the people are, and in the end, they are our masters."
The Prime Minister has suffered a & # 39; humiliating defeat to its agreement Tuesday at the hands of the House of Commons after the parliamentarians voted to limit the fiscal powers of the government in an attempt to reduce the possibility of a no-deal Brexit. The vote went by a thin margin, with 303 votes to 296.
The amendment was presented by Labor MP Yvette Cooper and former cabinet minister Tory Nicky Morgan in an attempt to demonstrate the strength of # 39; opposition to no agreement.
The Prime Minister has repeatedly stated that his terms represent a "good deal" and that exit without agreement is not his favorite result.
The amendment restricts the power of the government to change the tax law related to Brexit without the prior approval of the Parliament if the United Kingdom leaves the EU without a revocation agreement.
Ms. May suffered another defeat for an amendment by Tories rebels who are planning to delay Brexit or keep the UK in the EU in the event of a failed agreement. The amendment was approved with 308 votes to 297, with a majority of 1
The motion means that if the Prime Minister were to lose the significant vote on Tuesday, he would have to return before the MPs and explain his next steps within three days .
The House of Commons vote on Mrs May's Brexit withdrawal agreement is scheduled for Tuesday, January 15, after five days of debate.
EU Head Jean-Claude Juncker also sent a stern warning to Mrs May on Friday and said he should not "confuse" their recent discussions with the negotiations while the Prime Minister attempts to release a series of concessions in view of the critical vote on its Brexit agreement.
Speaking in Romania, Mr. Juncker also urged parliamentarians to support the controversial agreement because a Brexit without agreement would be a "disaster" for the United Kingdom.
He said: "I do not like the prospect of a no-deal, which would be a disaster for our British friends.
" Every effort must be made to do on this important issue is resolved satisfactorily. "