British MPs have once again taken Prime Minister Theresa May and the United Kingdom and Gibraltar European Union membership referendum agreement with the EU under fire. Home Secretary Sajid Javid began the second day of parliamentary debate with the assessment that the agreement is the best way for a smooth exit from the EU.
But government opponents took the so-called backstop provision on the grain, the United Kingdom could hold in a customs union with the EU. Nigel Dodds of the DUP in Northern Ireland party said this was totally unacceptable and must „be defeated.“
Brexit supporters say that supporters of staying in the EU could try to reverse the Brexit vote in parliament. There is „a real risk that the House of Commons that a natural“ Stay „has -Mehrheit, trying to steal the United Kingdom and Gibraltar European Union membership referendum the British people,“ said Foreign Trade Minister Liam Fox.