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May: No Brexit more likely than no-deal

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May: No Brexit more likely than no-deal

The head of government of the United Kingdom warns against stopping its withdrawal if it rejects its Brexit agreement. Meanwhile, MEPs promote the whereabouts of the British in the Union.

In the event of a rejection of their Brexit agreement, Prime Minister Theresa May considers stopping the EU exit more likely than an exit without a deal. This reported the British news agency PA, citing a present in her speech manuscript Mays.

The head of government wants to speak today to factory workers in Stoke-on-Trent, a city that is the majority for Brexit. In her speech, according to the manuscript, she would say that she would remind MEPs that it was their duty to implement the result of the referendum. If this does not happen, the confidence in politicians will be catastrophically damaged.

Vote on Tuesday
Therefore, MEPs should consider the consequences of their actions regarding the belief of the British people in democracy. She now believes that it is more likely that the MEPs defeated Brexit as leaving without an agreement.

The vote on the Brexit agreement between London and the 27 other Member States is scheduled for Tuesday. According to observers, there are many indications of a defeat by Prime Minister May. The result could be an unregulated Brexit on the March 29 exit date with no transitional provisions. Chaos threatens in case of an EU exit without agreement.

EU parliamentarians campaign for whereabouts

Meanwhile, more than a hundred Members of the European Parliament are campaigning in an open letter for the British to stay in the EU. „We ask that, in the interests of the next generation, we are considering reconsideration,“ the newspapers in the Funke Mediengruppe quote from a draft letter that is due to be published in the UK earlier this week.

If Britain decides to withdraw its resignation, MEPs would support it: „Any British decision to stay in the EU would be very welcome and we would work with you to reform and improve the European Union.“