Cabinet ministers to be asked to stump up £350million-a-week Brexit pledge during next week’s Queen Speech – The Sun
Cabinet ministers to be asked to stump up £350million-a-week Brexit pledge during next week’s Queen Speech
CABINET Ministers will be asked to stump up the extra £350million a week for the NHS that was pledged during the Brexit campaign.
The Leave Campaign’s £350million-a-week pledge attracted controversy last year during the EU Referendum campaign
MP Tom Brake said: “The pledge on Vote Leave’s red bus has been shown to be a massive lie.
“If the government do not keep the promise made by so many of their leading members, they will face deep and justified public anger.”
The Lib Dems want other parties to support their Queen’s Speech amendment.
Cabinet ministers Boris Johnson and Michael Gove will be among those asked to honour the pledge
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