(Worthy News) - Shortly after midday Wednesday, Theresa May will have a good idea whether her attempt to save her Brexit deal has any chance of success.
On Tuesday evening, she abandoned her strategy of making Brexit a project of her Conservative Party and Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionists, apparently accepting that this will never gather enough votes to get through Parliament, and asked Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the opposition Labour Party, to rescue her.
At noon, the pair will face each other across the House of Commons, for her weekly Prime Minister’s Questions session. His approach, and her response, will offer a clue as to how their talks about a joint Brexit approach are going to go. But only some of May’s enemies will be facing her. Behind her on the Conservative benches will be plenty more opponents. Their anger -- or silence -- will be a guide as to whether her new strategy can survive. [ Source: Bloomberg (Read More...) ]
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