Jo Johnson says other people's minds are hard to accept. May's Brexit plan

Jo Johnson says other people's minds are hard to accept. May's Brexit plan

FILE PHOTO: Jo Johnson arrives at 10 Downing Street, London, Britain, January 9, 2018. REUTERS / Peter Nicholls / File Photo

LONDON (Reuters) – Jo Johnson, the younger brother of Boris, who quoted the British government on Friday over Brexit, said he was many other ministers and lawmakers were "reflecting hard" on what to do.

Prime Minister Theresa May's "delusional" Brexit plan, which he said put the country on the brink of World War Two.

"BBC Radio." He told BBC Radio. "I've got a lot to say about this," he told BBC Radio.

"It's up to you to take a stand, I've done so, if others feel it's right for you to do so then good on them."

Reporting by Kate Holton; Editing by Kirsten Donovan

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