A vote is now due in the Commons in the week beginning 14 January, after Theresa May postponed it from December when it became apparent it would not be voted through.
DUP leader Arlene Foster, who is also opposed to Mrs May's Brexit deal despite her party being allied to the Tory government at Westminster, vowed to "ensure the right decisions are made" in 2019.
In a video message released late on New Year's Eve, May said that after the divisiveness of the Brexit referendum and its aftermath she wanted 2019 to be "the year we put our differences aside and move forward together".
The UK voted to leave the European Union in a referendum in June 2016 and the formal exit from the economic bloc on Brexit Day - March 29, 2019 - requires a deal cleared by its Parliament that sets out the terms of the exit and includes a declaration on the outline of the future relations between the UK and the EU.
All we want is clarity about our future relations.
"We have got to make it clear that that is a policy that has been ripped up and Britain is once again a global nation", Williamson said.
On the subject of a second referendum, he said: "That is for the British to decide".
"We can be 100 percent sure that we are on 29".Читайте также: India vs Australia: Pujara century puts India in control of Sydney Test
"Together I believe we can start a new chapter with optimism and hope", May said.
Mrs May's success or failure in getting MPs to back her Brexit deal over the next few weeks could likely determine her own political future.
In the absence of the deadlock in government and parliament being broken, putting Brexit back to the people is a more viable proposition than a general election. But Tory MP Crispin Blunt insisted pulling out of the bloc without a deal would give Britain a "strong hand" to negotiate better global trade deals with the £39 billion saved.
He said a deadlock in Britain's parliament, which means that it is unclear what shape Brexit will take, meant a solution was necessary.
For now, May's efforts will focus on getting the reassurances she needs from the European Union to win the support of Parliament for her Brexit deal.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said her devolved government would work "to protect Scotland's place at the heart of Europe" in 2019.
Mr Fox said it is a "tragedy" remainers have "not come to terms with the referendum result" and claimed there were people who would rather Britain fail than Brexit succeed.
No 10 said the prime minister had been in contact with European counterparts during the Christmas break and that would continue in the coming week.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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