UK ministers focused on getting Brexit deal through parliament, May says

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(Worthy News) - British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday that her cabinet’s focus was on building support for her Brexit deal after different ministers floated contrasting back-up plans should her Brexit deal fail to pass in parliament next month.

“Cabinet ministers (and) I have all been very clear that we are working and focusing on ensuring that we can get the deal that we have agreed with the European Union through parliament in the meaningful vote,” May said at a news conference. [ Source: Reuters (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “UK ministers focused on getting Brexit deal through parliament, May says”

  1. The British people have awakened and simply will not stand for what they did not vote for. They are tired of being pushed around by a government and a "royalty" that does not represent their wishes. Hmmm, 'doesn't represent their views', .... does that sound familiar. It's why and how America broke away from England's royalty a couple hundred years ago. It seems the rest of England is coming to the same conclusion we did a couple hundred years ago.
    Maybe a nice little homespun revolution is what is need in the home country.

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