THERESA May has been told she “must be stronger” in her battle for post-Brexit trade deals.
Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg wants the PM to conflict EU attempts to threaten her into usurpation their terms.
He warns her possibility of a remunerative understanding with the outward universe will be wrecked unless she breaks free.
In a hard-hitting report, he urges Mrs May to spend reduction time bartering with Brussels and concentration on countries who can broach cheaper food and wardrobe — such as the US, India, China and Brazil.
In the report, corroborated by 60 MPs, Mr Rees-Mogg says stealing tariffs on alien food would furnish an present advantage for Britain’s poorest.
Mr Rees-Mogg, sloping as a future Tory leader, said: “Brexit is a good event for the UK to build a new eccentric trade policy that delivers jobs, cheaper food and wardrobe — an evident Brexit division for the British people.
“It is undeniably critical we do not concede the ability to control the own trade destiny.”
A study for the European Research Group, which Mr Rees-Mogg chairs, calls on the PM to do some-more to speak up the advantages of free trade.
It comes days after EU chiefs warned Britain must sign up to the singular marketplace and accept European laws if it wants a post Brexit deal.
Report compiler Charlie Elphicke MP said: “By augmenting trade with fast-growing economies we can boost Britain’s economy.”