Remainer Ms Thornberry was part of the Labour campaign heavily defeated by the Conservative Party in an election centred around Brexit. The Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade has taken aim at the Government again, blasting the deal in the Commons.
She discussed the impact it may have on the UK economy.
Ms Thornberry said: “According to the forecast, this deal will lead to reductions in growth and jobs.
“Other countries would keep in place rotas to stop farmers from being undercut.
“However, this Government has set the quotas so high that they have become utterly meaningless.”
Along with this, Ms Thornberry tweeted her remarks in Parliament with a caption taking another dig at the Government.
She wrote: “With their New Zealand deal last night, and their announcements today erasing the role and ignoring the recommendations of the Trade and Agriculture Commission, the Government has given up any pretence of concern for our farming communities.”
Express.co.uk readers were enraged by the comments.
Wrighty657 wrote: “I’m in St. Ives this week and the amount of money being spent in shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants is truly awe inspiring.
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The user wrote: “All this can be attributed to our honourable prime minister Boris Johnson’s courageous determination to make sure we survive and grow post Brexit economically.
“Our Prime Minister fought relentlessly to make sure this goal came to materialise.”
RichOn took aim at the beliefs and values of the Labour party in their comment.
They wrote: “Labour don’t represent the British working class, most of them are millionaires with titles (Emily Thornberry – Lady Nugee) and turn their nose up at the working class!”
UK Home of the Righteous wrote: “It proves a point made as part of the pro-Brexit campaign i.e. that UK firms would be quick to adapt and thrive post-Brexit.
“Gains will become clearer over the medium and long term, not five minutes after Brexit was concluded.
“Things were always going to be a bit chaotic to start off with, and is the only period during which the Rejoin campaign has a hope in hell of changing minds.
“The Rejoiners are doing their best, but still failing dismally.”