Theresa May claims to have won ’legally binding’ Brexit assurances from EU

Theresa May claims to have won ’legally binding’ Brexit assurances from EU

Prime Minister Theresa May has claimed to have won legally binding Brexit assurances from the EU on Monday. It was not clear if the assurances she agreed would be enough to win over the 116 additional lawmakers she needs reverse the crushing defeat her deal suffered on January 15. A vote is scheduled for Tuesday.

Timothy
Timothy
Lord Baktor
Lord Baktor 1 year

Weak and a traitor to her country. What a good PM.

Milios
Milios 1 year

Vote UKIP and let them do the Brexit talks. Start with a No-Deal that is scary for the EU and tell them to back down on certain issues if they want the UK to back down on a No-Deal Brexit. If they do not, leave without a deal. Besides this is what the people voted for

Michael Shields
Michael Shields 1 year

No deal. That's what was voted for.

Some Guy
Some Guy 1 year

. mmm

OUTRAW mf
OUTRAW mf 1 year

nothing they said was of great concern other than that Northern Ireland border. it's what they didn't say that should be of concern. Nobody wanted a hard border on Ireland, so what's the big compromise?

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