Prime Minister Theresa May promises Brexit plans 'will not be derailed'

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(Worthy News) - Prime Minister Theresa May has claimed her plans to broker a Brexit deal 'will not be derailed,' despite a number of challenges.

The leader of the Britain penned a pair of op-eds published Sunday promising to see a Brexit agreement with the European Union to completion.

Last week, the EU agreed to proceed to the second round of separation talks. The EU and Britain will now discuss the details of trade relationships having come to terms over separation issues related to financial liabilities and citizens' rights. [ Source: UPI (Read More...) ]

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  1. She's beginning to sound an awful lot like Nicola Sturgeon whose country (Scotland) also voted in favor of separating (from the UK). Back then, Theresa May just ignored the Scottish PM until not one listened to Ms. Sturgeon anymore.

    I wonder if that tactic will work on Ms. May too.

    Perhaps we'll see.

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