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May: No to Brexitavtal can trap the government

Mays statement was made in an interview with the conservative tabloid The Mail on Sunday. Earlier on Sunday, reported The Sunday Times that May now is so pres

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May: No to Brexitavtal can trap the government

Mays statement was made in an interview with the conservative tabloid The Mail on Sunday.

Earlier on Sunday, reported The Sunday Times that May now is so pressed that she intends to shoot up Brexitomröstningen in the british house of commons.

But Brexitminister Stephen Barclay rejects the information and says that the vote on Tuesday will take place as planned. He also says that May can remain as prime minister even if it would be a no.

Secretary of state says that Brexitomröstning held as scheduled

According to the Times förstasidesartikel will May try with Margaret Thatcher's famous handväskediplomati – the representative used during his premiärministertid 1979-1990 brag about that when she drämde purse on the table, then trembled all förhandlingsmotparter, including the EU.

then be to announce that the coming week's vote in parliament on the utträdesavtalet with the EU be put on ice. Instead, May go to Brussels and extort more concessions. But there are tasks that quickly was dismissed, from several quarters after the announcement.

To the news agency, the Milanobet PA announced Mays staff that this is not true. May had no planned appearances on the Sunday, and the house of commons will vote on Tuesday.

Also, Kwasi Kwarteng, secretary of state, in Brexitdepartementet, reject the data in The Sunday Times.

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According to the Times threatens several ministers to resign in the coming days, which would be able to block the proposal goes through. If the withdrawals are enough of them, it will be difficult for her government to remain in place. Something May itself have now also been found.

said to Sky News that Jeremy Corbyn is prepared to take over as prime minister in a minority government if Mays Brexitplan voted down.

a number of named government officials, including justice minister, David Gauke, said to be busy with plans for a new referendum on EU membership. It is an idea that is often mentioned in the debate, but, as many leading politicians had not dared to approach for fear that the EU-skeptics will see it as a betrayal.

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