Brexit: Mark Dolan says ‘thank god we’re out’
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GB News prime time host Mark Dolan said that Britain’s departure from the EU was vindicated following a series of “chilling threats” from “a Brussels bigwig”. Thierry Breton, Commissioner for EU Internal Market, responded to Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter by insisting that the social media platform will have to play by the EU’s rules. Mr Dolan said the response from Brussels was “a boast that they will crush free speech in the bloc”.
He issued an impassioned defence of Brexit, calling it a “precious gift” that ” must never be given away”.
Elon Musk celebrated his takeover of Twitter, which cost the billionaire $44billion (£38.1billion), by tweeting: “The bird is free.”
Mr Breton responded: “In Europe, the bird will fly by our rules.”
Mr Dolan called out the Brussels commissioner, telling viewers: “Chilling stuff, what might those rules be? Thank god we are out.”
He called on the new Prime Minister to protect Brexit, as he warned against “bitter Remainers” trying to force Britain into rejoining the European bloc.
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He pointed to last week’s protest in Westminster which saw 15,000 pro-EU Remainers descend on central London as part of the National Rejoin march, a campaign for Britain to re-enter the bloc.
Large crowds of Remainers walked from Park Lane to Parliament Square, as supporters waved EU flags and carried placards denouncing Brexit.
Mr Dolan said: “But Remainers, who have never accepted the result, are not limited to just unwashed activists on the streets.
“Powerful forces within academic, corporate, media elite would love us to return to Brussels with our tails between our legs.
“Brexit is an insurance policy against ever joining the euro and losing control over our economy.
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“It is an insurance policy against single market membership or customs union, which would block any independent trade deals.
“Brexit is an insurance policy against a single European Union army.
“Against the potentially unlimited cost of a possible sovereign debt crisis to prop up countries like Spain, Portugal, Italy, or even France.
“It is an insurance policy against meddling foreign courts.”
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He continued: “There have been impacts from Brexit, businesses here are feeling the pinch. Brexit is a massive transition but it will come good.
“Now Rishi Sunak, as our PM, must make sure we never give it away.”
Following his takeover of Twitter, Mr Musk said there will be no immediate changes to Twitter’s content moderation policies for now.
He announced the creation of a new council to moderate posts, that would bring together “diverse views” on the issue.
The billionaire also tweeted that “anyone suspended for minor and dubious reasons” would be “freed from Twitter jail”.
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