Theresa May's deal won't survive another defeat, admits Brexit secretary Steve Barclay
May 16 2019
Will it prove to be her final move as prime minister? "It is the same thing again, again and again".
"This evening the prime minister met the leader of the opposition (Jeremy Corbyn) in the House of Commons to make clear our determination to bring the talks to a conclusion and deliver on the referendum result to leave the European Union", the spokesman said.
Instead, May will publish the Withdrawal Agreement Bill - the legislation required for Britain to leave the European Union with a deal - in the week beginning June 3 to force MPs into a choice between the deal or the possibility of Brexit being cancelled.
Just 21% of Labour voters in 2017 thought Labour had clear Brexit policy, while 26% of Conservative voters said the same of the Tories.
Fears that a deal would not hold were raised when 14 backbench Tories, including potential leadership contenders Boris Johnson and Dominic Raab, wrote an open letter to the PM warning striking a deal keeping the United Kingdom in the EU's customs union after Brexit - even on a temporary basis - would split the Conservative party.
Shailesh Vara, the junior Northern Ireland minister, became the first member of May's government to resign over the deal on Thursday.
Before her deal was defeated the last time, 344-286 on March 29, Ms.
There are a number of groups within the walls of Westminster that have their own reasons as to why they can not back this Brexit agreement.
Even Somerset Capital Management, a company co-founded by Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg, warned about the "considerable uncertainty" caused by Brexit. Such loyalty has KO'd May's deal thus far.
Number 10 sources insisted the Government would not sign up to a "permanent" customs union and any compromise position may only be an "interim" measure.
She spoke out on the issue as she launched her party's campaign for the ballot at Deanston Distillery near Stirling today.
The remaining three percent - 435 people - voted to continue to discuss her Brexit deal with Mr Corbyn.
What happens if May's Brexit deal is rejected for the 4th time?
A handout photograph taken and released by the UK Parliament on 3 April 2019 shows Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May speaking during the weekly Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) question and answer session in the House of Commons in London.
It has been reported that she will be asked to give clarity on the date of her own departure from office.
Downing Street says it's imperative the Withdrawal Bill is approved before the Commons' summer recess.
That's not the world we're now in but clearly the significance of this piece of legislation can't, and won't, be underestimated.
However, the legislation could be amended as it goes through parliament.
Brexit supporters in Ms. Failure to elect a leader that is unashamedly pro-Brexit could see the party split.
The Green Party's Caroline Lucas called for a new referendum. "The only question is which side inherits the carcass". The United Kingdom is now scheduled to leave, with or without a deal to smooth the exit, by October 31.