Brexit : UK's May To Meet Opposition Leader To Seek A Deal

Yvette Cooper has tabled a bill to prevent a no-deal Brexit

Yvette Cooper has tabled a bill to prevent a no-deal Brexit

This week, Parliament narrowly rejected a proposal for a new referendum on whether to leave the EU.

"There are actually a number of areas we agree on in relation to Brexit. what we want to do now is to find a way forward that can command the support of this House and deliver on Brexit", May told parliament.

Incredulous, they simply wanted to know why Mrs May was "legitimising" the Opposition leader when she has spent her entire premiership - including the duration of the last election - saying that Mr Corbyn is unfit to govern.

Mr Campbell also suggested that the prime minister should be "punished" for spending money on no-deal preparations when she does not seem to be willing to leave without a deal.

If the talks with Corbyn fail, May has said her government will put forward a range of options for parliament to vote on.

Within an about-face that left members of May Party howling with outrage, after failing three times to win the capital for his own Brexit deal of Parliament May hunted to forge an arrangement with left-wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Parliament will question Brexit ministers.

"Junior Wales Minister Nigel Adams stopped his article criticizing May for looking for a bargain with" a person that has never in his political life out British pursuits" - a reference to the left-wing Corbyn.

Meanwhile, Corbyn hinted that the Prime Minister intends to table the Brexit deal once again in the Parliament for a vote next week.

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Labour has called for the United Kingdom to remain closely aligned to the bloc's customs union and has committed to putting the results of any final deal to a public vote. "So red lines in the future didn't come up".

Regardless of whether this law is passed, or the outcome of May's talks with Corbyn and the first ministers, all 27 European Union member states will need to approve of any extension to the UK's April 12 Brexit deadline.

On Tuesday, May announced that she would seek a further delay to Brexit, which was initially scheduled for March 29.

But European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Britain would not get any further short delays unless its parliament ratified a deal by April 12 - the date set by EU leaders as the effective cut-off for avoiding the European Parliament elections.

The bill, debated and approved in a single day, compels May to seek to extend the Brexit process beyond April 12 in order to prevent a no-deal departure.

No resolution seems to be in sight for the United Kingdom as the British Parliament had earlier rejected a "no-deal Brexit" scenario.

"[The] UK will be affected more than the European Union because there is no such thing as a "managed or negotiated no-deal" and there is no such thing as a no-deal transition", Juncker said.

Many Conservative lawmakers say Britain would flourish if it left without any agreement and traded under fallback World Trade Organization terms, but businesses fear this would cause huge economic damage.

"Theresa's May's call yesterday evening for national unity is very positive, but we have no certainty on what will be the outcome", De Montchalin, who was appointed this week, told French politicians.

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