Britain Will Head Into Unknown If Brexit Deal Is Rejected: Theresa May
27 November, 2018, 11:47 | Author: Trevor Moore
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg ruled that the case was "inadmissible, because there are no expatriates who are personally affected [by the negotiations for the UK's withdrawal from the EU] for now".
"We can not go on any more with this hopeless can't-do spirit; this reflexive negativity and defeatism that so woefully underestimates the courage and creativity of the British people", he lamented.
The Prime Minister warned MPs not to vote against the deal.
Speaking on the BBC, the Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt acknowledged that May's deal "isn't perfect" and admitted that it would struggle to make its way through parliament and may even lead to the collapse of the government if it is voted down.
"I want that to be a moment of renewal and reconciliation for our whole country", she writes.
"The additional trade barriers, combined with reductions in both skilled and unskilled migration from the end of free movement, would leave the United Kingdom significantly smaller than it would otherwise have been over the medium to long term".
"The European Council invites the Commission, the European Parliament and the Council to take the necessary steps to ensure that the agreement can enter into force on 30 March 2019, so as to provide for an orderly withdrawal", the European Council said in a news release. There should be "timely exchanges of intelligence and sensitive information between the relevant Union bodies and the United Kingdom authorities".
Asked if May was confident of getting a deal through parliament, her spokesman told reporters: "Yes".
A no-deal Brexit would "cause huge disruption at the borders, it would mean tariffs and checks at the borders, and all sorts of unforeseen circumstances, and so that's something that a lot of lawmakers are very keen to avoid", Javed said.
Anti-Brexit demonstrators wave flags outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, November 13, 2018.
Part of Theresa May's deal also includes a commitment by London to pay the European Union a gargantuan £39 billion, slated by both sides as a 'divorce bill.' The figure has however been pointed to by arch-Brexiteers as deeply unfair.
"It is the best deal available, the only possible deal", she said.
Pro-Brexit Conservative lawmaker Iain Duncan Smith said Sunday that May should demand new conditions from the EU.
The hit would be the equivalent of losing the economic output of Wales or the contribution of London'sfinancial services industry, the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) said.
Those called to open the questioning included the ERG's chairman Jacob Rees-Mogg, former chairman Steve Baker and deputy chairman Mark Francois, all of whom have published letters of no confidence in the Prime Minister in the last fortnight.
Tajani said a "large majority" of European parliamentarians supported the deal. Sturgeon wanted to stay in the European Union.
They said Mr Manafort disagreed with the characterisation that he had breached the agreement. "He has accepted responsibility". The torpedoing of Manafort's plea deal could expose him to a lengthier prison sentence and potentially more criminal charges.
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