QT audience member BRILLIANTLY PROVES why Theresa May is ‘unfit to negotiate Brexit‘

She claimed ministers told doctors that a no deal Brexit was unlikely to happen and so no contingency plans were needed. However, as March 29 draws closer a no deal Brexit seems increasingly likely but there is not enough time to plan for it, which will “put patients‘ lives at risk”. She added that there is still no clear message from the Government as to what will happen regarding Brexit.

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The audience member said: “These ministers cannot even decide the type of deal to go for they cannot give us any clear guidance.

“We could have contingency planned several months ago – this has put patients‘ lives at risk.

“And I don’t think this is right. The Government is not fit to represent us or negotiate on our behalf.”

The audience applauded after her speech to show their agreement.

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The audience member said the Government misled doctors on how likely no deal was (Image: )

She added that she thinks Brexit has been handled “very badly” from the start.

For example people did not receive “impartial and balanced” information about the effects of Brexit.

As a result radiologists are having to reduce the number of clinics set up to diagnose cancer.

She said: “The Royal College of Radiologists have had to tell radiologists who are setting up clinics to diagnose cancer to reduce their clinics after March 29 and do less work diagnosing patients with cancer.

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“If they were told a few months ago that a no deal Brexit was on the table, they would have had more time to adequately plan and do contingency planning in case a no deal Brexit happened.

“They were told by the Secretary of State that there was no need to do that, that they were very optimistic a Brexit deal would be made.”

A Brexit crunch vote is due next week and Theresa May is expected to lose again given that there have not been any legal changes to the backstop.

With March 29 looming, the possibility of a no deal Brexit has become more likely, as has delaying Brexit by extending Article 50 and even the chance of a second Brexit referendum.