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UK: Gina Miller rips into PM at Westminster Brexit Convention02:50

UK: Gina Miller rips into PM at Westminster Brexit Convention

United Kingdom, London
May 12, 2017 at 01:09 GMT +00:00 · Published

Lead claimant of the challenge against the government on Article 50, Gina Miller, criticised UK Prime Minister Theresa May's handling of Britain's decision to leave the EU at the Brexit event 'The Convention' taking place at Westminster Methodist Central Hall in London on Friday.

Miller lampooned the incumbent PM for being "inflexible and harsh, closed-minded, deaf to other opinions and concerns about Brexit."

"Mrs May is preventing the country from healing and recovery," Miller said.

The Lead claimant described Mrs May's approach to Brexit as, "Robotically repeating mantras of 'Brexit means Brexit' and the words 'strong and stable being trotted out, just ring hollow."

Miller concluded that a solution can be found to "bring the country together... if the differences are resolved or at least reduced through properly informed debate, throughout the negotiated process, and a free vote on any terms at the end of the process."

UK: Gina Miller rips into PM at Westminster Brexit Convention02:50
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Lead claimant of the challenge against the government on Article 50, Gina Miller, criticised UK Prime Minister Theresa May's handling of Britain's decision to leave the EU at the Brexit event 'The Convention' taking place at Westminster Methodist Central Hall in London on Friday.

Miller lampooned the incumbent PM for being "inflexible and harsh, closed-minded, deaf to other opinions and concerns about Brexit."

"Mrs May is preventing the country from healing and recovery," Miller said.

The Lead claimant described Mrs May's approach to Brexit as, "Robotically repeating mantras of 'Brexit means Brexit' and the words 'strong and stable being trotted out, just ring hollow."

Miller concluded that a solution can be found to "bring the country together... if the differences are resolved or at least reduced through properly informed debate, throughout the negotiated process, and a free vote on any terms at the end of the process."