THERE are many candidates for the Wall of Shame after Parliament declared war on democracy.

The vote by MPs to rule out No Deal confirmed that most of our ‘representatives’, including many members of the Cabinet, are ready to thumb their noses at us.

It’s those members of the Cabinet, who if they had any honour would have resigned from government at the moment they defied the whip, who we put on our Brexit Wall of Shame today:

Amber Rudd (Work and Pensions Secretary)

David Gauke (Justice Secretary)

Greg Clark (Business and Energy Secretary)

David Mundell (Scottish Secretary)

Claire Perry (Business and Energy Minister, who attends Cabinet)

Chancellor Philip Hammond deserves a place all of his own for openly pushing the government to not even a Brexit in name only but a Labour/Tory remainer coalition.

A halfway decent PM would have sacked the lot of them. Before she sacked herself.

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