First of all, you can have free ports and be in the EU and the proof of that was that Britain had some until the Tories closed them in 2012.
According to BBC Fact Check:
The claim: The UK does not have free ports because of its membership of the EU.
Reality Check verdict: It is not true to say you can’t have free ports or tax-free zones if you are a member state of the EU. There are more than 80 such zones across the Union. It would be easier to take advantage of potential benefits outside the EU.
Oh, and freeports are all well and good but it seems that Liz Truss forgot some important points when bragging about them. Not so free, after all?
The European Super League is a corker. He and his dim cabinet clearly hoped to gain political advantage from trying to sell the tale that anything with “European” in its title was being forced on all the EU states by Brussels. And that thanks to his brilliance in negotiating Brexit, Britain no longer had to suffer under the tyranny that was the EU.
The trouble with that is that there were only three countries which got involved in the Super League: Namely England, Spain and Italy.
So 25 EU countries, some with superb football clubs, somehow managed to avoid the diktat from Brussels?
As for the vaccine roll out, although there was a European effort, member states were at liberty to take their own steps. And some did, as could have Britain.
So 25 seconds and 3 total lies.
Still, we should be grateful that he didn’t get a begging bowl out for yet more goodies from donors.