Theresa May postpones parliament vote on Brexit

the British Parliament’s vote on the Brexit deal achieved by UK Prime Minister Theresa May was scheduled for  Tuesday, Dec. 11. However, with the ruling Conservative Party split against it, there was no chance of a positive vote. May therefore decided to postpone the vote and seek more concessions from Brussels. Sources in Downing Street 10 report she has contacted EU officials and informed them that unless the UK gets better terms, the deal will fall through. EU leaders was not wiling until now to introduce any changes in the deal.

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2 thoughts on “Theresa May postpones parliament vote on Brexit

  • Dec 10, 2018 @ 15:38 at 15:38
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    With Britain pulling out of the EU and the French rioting against the Globalist agenda of the UN being imposed in France; with the Swedes and the Flemish standing up against the EU in Brussels. I think Britain is better off just waiting out the idiots of Brussels.

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  • Dec 11, 2018 @ 11:27 at 11:27
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    may you are a traitor you should go away and let Boris lead the country

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