The Labour peer described Brexit as ‘a dangerous populist and nationalist spasm worthy of Donald Trump.’
LONDON — A Labour peer resigned Friday from his role advising the U.K. government on infrastructure policy criticizing Theresa May’s approach to Brexit.
Andrew Adonis, a transport secretary in the last Labour government, accused the U.K. prime minister of becoming the “voice of [the U.K. Independence Party]” in her Brexit policy, according to the Daily Telegraph, which obtained a copy of his resignation letter.
Adonis later tweeted an endorsement of a different version of the…