Bristish MPs vote on Theresa May’s latest Brexit deal

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British MP’s are voting on Theresa May’s latest Brexit deal after she made a final bid to convince them to back it.

Battling a sore throat after late night talks with the EU, the prime minister urged MPs to vote for her “improved deal” or risk “no Brexit at all”.

But some leading Tory Brexiteers and the DUP, who keep her government in power, have rejected the deal.

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1 Comment

  1. carlty
    March 13, 2019

    See here. Brexit. Makes me laugh at our recent blacklisting. What does May’s Chequers plan tell us? That the EU must let the British exit so that they can have primary control over their own economic welfare without other (EU) interference. Now the conservatives and the EU does not want this why? The United Kingdom knows the economic power that they have accumulated over the centuries in the international economy. They used colonization, globalization and industrialization to build their economy and destroy others. Now they can exercise their power at will without the farce of “one international economy working for the greater good of one global citizen”. The EU now knows that its strengths are the strengths of the British and knows that its exit will cause economic chaos, especially in Europe. so they are most likely going for a soft Brexit or are being defiant because they are working in the interest of the British conservatives.

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