July 19, 2024
How Edward Heath was 'given £1.5MILLION before taking Britain into bloc'
According to 1990 book “Treason at Maastricht” by author Rodney Atkinson and political activist Norris McWhirter, Mr Heath received £75,000 as part of his prize.
According to 1990 book “Treason at Maastricht” by author Rodney Atkinson and political activist Norris McWhirter, Mr Heath received £75,000 as part of his prize.

EDWARD HEATH has not only been accused of lying to the electorate when he took Britain into the bloc but, according to newly-resurfaced reports, the former Prime Minister also received a financial reward that would be the equivalent of £1.5million before he signed away British sovereignty.

Theresa May has resigned as Prime Minister after a furious response from many Conservative MPs to her latest Brexit deal. She confirmed on Friday that she will leave Downing Street for good on June 7. David Jones, the former Brexit Secretary, said: “I have been an MP for 14 years and I have never seen such anger among colleagues. She is desperate, she is deluded and she is doomed.”

Mrs May’s last-ditch attempt to get a deal through included offering a vote on whether to hold a second referendum, as well as a choice over the UK’s future customs arrangements.

As Brexit uncertainty looms with the prospect of not only a new leader but a General Election drawing closer, newly-resurfaced reports have shed some light on the man who took Britain into the bloc in the first place.

Former Prime Minister Edward Heath signed the accession treaty to join the EEC – the precursor to the EU – in 1972.

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