Boris Johnson: UK gets 'diddly squat' from May's Brexit plans
BBC News --------- Boris Johnson has savaged Theresa May's Brexit plans, saying they would leave the UK with "diddly squat" after the negotiations and hand the EU "victory". The former foreign secretary used his Daily Telegraph column to say the PM's Chequers deal - which led him to resign in July - "means disaster" for Britain. It comes as the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, says he is "strongly" opposed to parts of the plan. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.