'B****cks': United Kingdom attourney general responds to report on his Brexit advice

'B****cks': United Kingdom attourney general responds to report on his Brexit advice

'B****cks': United Kingdom attourney general responds to report on his Brexit advice

"Now is the time to come together to back this improved Brexit deal and deliver on the instruction of the British people", she said. May's political spokesman said she had not discussed resigning.

The government's motion, due to be voted on by MPs on Tuesday, refers to a unilateral declaration setting out the sovereign action the United Kingdom would take to ensure the backstop would only be applied temporarily. Picture: PA What changes has Theresa May agreed on the withdrawal agreement?

The so-called European Research Group (ERG) of "hard Brexiteer" Tories will meet later on Tuesday to decide whether its several dozen members should back the new deal.

Influential Labour opposition MP Yvette Cooper urged May "to accept that her approach is not working" and that now was the time "to pivot not dig in".

Sterling, jumped as high as $1.3290 as some investors bolstered bet the prime minister could secure a divorce deal before Britain's scheduled March 29 departure from the EU.

If that happens, MPs will vote on Thursday on extending article 50 which triggered the UK's exit process from the EU.

Ian Strafford-Taylor, CEO of currency expert FairFX, told Daily Star Online: "The pound lifted this morning as a positive reaction to the PMs deal talks last night and at the moment the pound stands at 1.173 against the euro, the highest it's been since May 2017".

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (R) and British Prime Minister Theresa May give a press conference following their meeting in Strasbourg, on March 11, 2019.

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The second vote on May's Brexit deal, up until last night, was widely believed to be likely rejected.

May's conservative party has 314 members, who are deeply divided over May's deal.

If it is turned down by MPs tonight, despite the "legal changes", then another vote will take place tomorrow on whether to opt for a "no deal" Brexit.

Supporters of Brexit say that while the divorce might bring some short-term instability, in the longer term it will allow the United Kingdom to thrive and also enable deeper European Union integration without such a powerful reluctant member.

The EU said there would be no more negotiations with London on the divorce terms, struck with May after two-and-a-half years of tortuous negotiations. "There will be no further interpretations of the interpretations, no further assurances of the reassurances if the "meaningful vote" tomorrow fails". The U.K. won't be represented in the European Parliament after it quits the EU; its seats already have been given to other countries to fill in the elections.

Pro-Brexit politicians in May's Tory party insist that the plan - known as the backstop - threatens to trap the United Kingdom inside the EU's trade regime forever, because it would be impossible for Britain to leave.

Many fear that Brexit will divide the West as it grapples with both the unconventional USA presidency of Donald Trump and growing assertiveness from Russian Federation and China, leaving Britain economically weaker and with its security capabilities depleted.

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