DAVID Cameron has become the THIRD Conservative former PM to condemn Boris Johnson’s plan to redraft the Brexit divorce bill.
Cameron said he had ‘misgivings’ about the idea, adding that passing a law “and then going on to break an international treaty obligation is the very, very last thing you should contemplate”.
He joined former PMs Theresa May, John Major and Labour’s Tony Blair in questioning Boris’ bid to override the UK’s Brexit withdrawal deal.
Later today Johnson faces rebellion over plans to change the Brexit treaty, during a vote in parliament.
The House of Commons will debate the Internal Market Bill which former Attorney General Geoffrey Cox has also slammed.
Mr Cox said: “Breaking of the law leads ultimately to very long-term and permanent damage to this country’s reputation and it is also a question of honour.”
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