U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip leave church, near High Wycombe, Britain, on January 20, 2019. "I don't think that reflects European Union thinking in relation to the withdrawal agreement".
Among them is a plan by former Attorney General Dominic Grieve to allow MPs to wrest control of the Parliamentary business from the government.
Theresa May gave up attempts to find a cross-party approach to Brexit last night as she told her cabinet that she would focus on winning over rebel Tory MPs and the DUP.
Meanwhile, the Telegraph reported May is mulling amending the Good Friday Agreement as part of the fresh attempt to break the Brexit impasse, adding text to the 1998 deal to avoid committing the United Kingdom to the backstop.
The Daily Telegraph reported Mrs May could amend the 1998 Agreement to include a commitment to no hard border between the United Kingdom and the Republic after Brexit as a way of removing the controversial Irish backstop from her withdrawal agreement.
Brexiter Jacob Rees-Mogg said on LBC that a no-deal Brexit is the most likely outcome after May's withdrawal agreement fell to a historic defeat in parliament earlier this month, losing by 230 votes.
One seeks to give time for a bill to suspend the Article 50 withdrawal process if there is no new deal with Brussels by the end of February.
The only glimmer of hope she offered for May amounted to a clear restatement of the government's position - if the United Kingdom shifted its red lines of exiting the customs union and the single market, that might address some of the concerns the backstop is created to cover, she said.
The Labour leader had refused to enter into talks unless Mrs May agreed to rule out a no-deal Brexit.Читайте также: Hundreds of yellow vests protest in Paris despite Macron outreach
"I've seen what may well happen with this cut-off date".
"It's not a road to a free trade agreement, it's not a road to anything", said Mr Harrington. "It's an absolute disaster for the country and it's supported by a minority of a minority of people", he told Today. "She has to bring something substantially different, but of course that would have to be approved by the European Union, so we have to wait until this afternoon to see what she says".
On Sunday leading Brexiteer Liam Fox, the International Trade Secretary, accused pro-Remain MPs of trying to "hijack" the 2016 referendum vote.
Meanwhile, Sir Stephen Laws, a senior research fellow at the Policy Exchange and a former government law chief, said MPs seeking to delay or stop Brexit could risk involving the Queen.
The Prime Minister is required to update MPs on her "Plan B" in the Commons on Monday.
"It's a pointless and damaging attempt to appease a faction in her own party when she now needs to reach out to overcome this crisis".
May conducted a conference call with her warring cabinet ministers on Sunday evening, with some wanting the PM to rule out a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Best for Britain supporter Owen Smith MP said the prime minister is playing a unsafe game.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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