Brexit Games

Rejecting my Brexit deal would lead to end of the UK, desperate Theresa May warns MPs

Rejecting my Brexit deal would lead to end of the UK, desperate Theresa May warns MPs

THERESA May has warned MPs that rejecting her deal tomorrow would lead to the END of the UK – as she begged them to take a “second look”.

In a desperate, last-ditch pitch to get her deal handed, the PM claimed leaving the EU with no deal would danger the collapse of the UK with each Scotland and Northern Eire.

 Theresa May speaking in the House of Commons this evening

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Theresa May talking in the Home of Commons this night

She informed MPs at the moment there was a “real threat to the union”.

Final week it was revealed that her personal ministers have warned her of the possibilities that Eire would search unification and Scotland would attempt to maintain one other independence vote if there was a No Deal Brexit.

“So I say to members on all sides of this house – whatever you may have previously concluded – over these next 24 hours, give this deal a second look,” she urged.

Mrs May made her attraction to the Commons after securing new assurances from the EU over the hated Irish backstop.

However the letter from prime Eurocrats fell brief of providing a legally binding dedication which might win over MPs.

Tory Brexiteer Mark Francois furiously branded the assurances outlined in Mr Juncker and Mr Tusk’s letter as “a small fig-leaf” that would haven’t any energy over the legally superior Withdrawal Settlement.

As Mrs May faces her second of fact:

EU bosses wrote to the PM this morning promising to begin commerce talks as quickly as this week if MPs log off on the withdrawal settlement, so the backstop won’t ever be wanted.

However in the Commons chamber the PM repeatedly dodged calls for from MPs to categorically rule out extending Article 50 – in an indication that she might be getting ready to make big strikes later this week.

She would solely inform Tory MP Invoice Money that leaving the EU on March 29 is “our intent” and “what the Government is working for”.

 Theresa May speaking in Stoke-on-Trent today

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Theresa May talking in Stoke-on-Trent at the moment

The gambit is unlikely to be sufficient to cease MPs voting down the deal in Parliament tomorrow.

Talking to the Home of Commons this night, Mrs May requested her critics to rethink as she talked up the dangers of No Deal.

The PM stated: “What would a No Deal Brexit do to strengthen the hand of these campaigning for Scottish independence – or certainly these demanding a border ballot in Northern Eire?

“Certainly that is the actual menace to our Union.

“And if, somewhat than leaving with No Deal, this home blocked Brexit, that would be a subversion of our democracy, saying to the individuals we have been elected to serve that we have been unwilling to do what that they had instructed.

“So I say to members on all sides of this house – whatever you may have previously concluded – over these next 24 hours, give this deal a second look.”

She insisted that “when the history books are written” those that again her deal shall be confirmed to be in the proper.

Responding, Jeremy Corbyn blasted: “I’m positive honourable members throughout the home won’t be fooled by what has been produced immediately. It’s clear what we’re voting on this week is strictly the similar deal we should always have voted on in December.

“I am sure the Prime Minister knows this – that is why today she is trying to blame others for this chaos.”

And Brexiteer Tory Mark Francois blasted the EU letter as a “fig leaf and a small fig leaf at that”.

 Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk have published a letter on the Irish backstop

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Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk have revealed a letter on the Irish backstop

The letter despatched by Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker to Mrs May declares that the backstop – designed to cease a tough border in Eire – would be a nasty end result for each side.

And it insists that the mechanism shouldn’t be designed to lure Britain in the EU customs union, or carve off Northern Eire from the relaxation of the UK.

However the letter stops brief of declaring that Britain and Europe will certainly strike a commerce deal by the end of 2021 which would make the backstop pointless.

Meaning it might fail to win over Tory MPs apprehensive that the backstop would depart the UK completely tied to Brussels and unable to set our personal commerce coverage.

Mrs May stated throughout a speech in Stoke-on-Trent earlier in the present day: “I pursued a proposal for a hard and fast date – with authorized drive – guaranteeing the level at which the future partnership would come into drive.

“The EU’s place was that – whereas they by no means need or anticipate the backstop to come into drive – a authorized time restrict was not potential.

 Theresa May today wrote to EU bosses about the Brexit deal

Theresa May as we speak wrote to EU bosses about the Brexit deal

 Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker have replied

Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker have replied

“I fully understand that the new legal and political assurances which are contained in the letters from Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker do not go as far as some MPs would like.
“However I’m satisfied that MPs now have the clearest assurances that that is the greatest deal attainable and that it’s worthy of their help.”

Of their letter, Mr Tusk and Mr Juncker wrote: “The fee can affirm that, identical to the United Kingdom, the European Union doesn’t want to see the backstop enter into pressure. Have been it to achieve this, it would characterize a suboptimal buying and selling association for each side.

“The Commission can also confirm the European Union’s determination to replace the backstop solution on Northern Ireland by a subsequent agreement that would ensure the absence of a hard border on the island of Ireland on a permanent footing.”

 Theresa May visiting a factory in the Midlands this morning

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Theresa May visiting a manufacturing unit in the Midlands this morning

The highest Eurocrats stated that if MPs again the withdrawal settlement tomorrow, the EU will signal it instantly – permitting talks on the future commerce deal to begin as quickly as this week.

They stated the talks would prioritise discovering a hi-tech answer to the Irish border, utilizing sensible know-how to keep away from any checks between Northern Eire and the Republic.

They usually added that if the backstop did come into impact, Britain and the EU would maintain a summit each six months to discover a approach to end it whereas Northern Eire would get a veto on any new legal guidelines coming from Brussels whereas the association was in drive.

The backstop would see the UK keep in Europe’s customs union till an alternate method of preserving the Irish border is agreed – which means Britain would haven’t any selection however to settle for EU guidelines on commerce and customs preparations.

Critics blasted the change of letters as nothing greater than a “fig leaf” which does not change the details of the deal.

 The PM has been lobbying MPs over her Brexit deal

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The PM has been lobbying MPs over her Brexit deal

Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer stated: “The Prime Minister has once again failed to deliver. This is a long way from the significant and legally effective commitment the Prime Minister promised last month.”

Nigel Dodds, deputy chief of Mrs May’s DUP allies, added: “Fairly than reassure us, the Tusk and Juncker letter bolsters our considerations.

“Instead of meaningless letters, the Prime Minister should now ask for and deliver changes to the Withdrawal Agreement.”

Brexiteer Will Quince, who give up the Authorities over the deal, stated: “This letter from the EU, welcome as it is, does not offer legally binding assurances on the backstop. Therefore my position remains unchanged and I will not be voting for the withdrawal agreement as it stands.”

In the previous 24 hours half a dozen MPs from each most important events have introduced they’re backing Mrs May’s deal when it comes to a vote tomorrow night time.

 Boris Johnson is a key rebel against the PM's Brexit plan

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Boris Johnson is a key insurgent towards the PM’s Brexit plan

However she continues to be thought to be on track for a heavy defeat – which means she’ll have to unveil a Plan B inside days.

In her Stoke speech this morning, Mrs May claimed that if her deal is voted down, Britain shall be on track to keep in the EU for good.

She stated: “As we now have seen over the previous couple of weeks, there are some in Westminster who would want to delay and even cease Brexit and who will use each gadget obtainable to them to achieve this.

“I ask MPs to think about the penalties of their actions on the religion of the British individuals in our democracy.

“People’s faith in the democratic process and their politicians would suffer catastrophic harm. We all have a duty to implement the result of the referendum.”

 Twelve ex-Cabinet ministers have written to all Tory MPs calling on them to vote down Theresa May’s deal tomorrow

Twelve ex-Cupboard ministers have written to all Tory MPs calling on them to vote down Theresa May’s deal tomorrow

Commerce Secretary Liam Fox informed the BBC: “I think No Deal would damage our economy – I’ve been frank about that – but I think it’s survivable. I think no Brexit, politically, is a disaster from which we might not recover.”

This night the Home of Commons will resume its debate on the withdrawal settlement which began final week.

The talk will probably be opened by Dr Fox, and closed late tonight by Chancellor Philip Hammond.

Tomorrow shall be the last day of debate, adopted by the vote round 7pm.

Theresa May says her deal delivers Brexit, there isn’t any plan to prolong Article 50 and letters from Juncker and Tusk have authorized pressure

If Mrs May loses the vote she could have three working days to return to the Commons and announce what her various course of motion is.

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell at this time stated Labour would launch a bid to unseat the Authorities if Mrs May loses the vote on her deal.

Requested about the timing of a no-confidence vote, he stated: “It’s just a matter of timing so watch this space over the next 24 hours.”

Labour MP delays the start of her baby to vote on Brexit

A PREGNANT MP has revealed she’s delaying the date of her kid’s start to vote towards Theresa May’s Brexit deal.

Labour’s Tulip Siddiq was suggested by docs she ought to have a caesarean part in the present day or tomorrow.

However she’s moved the date to Thursday as a result of she was nervous about lacking the massive Commons vote.

Ms Siddiq, a diehard Remainer, informed the Night Normal she was intent on voting down the PM’s deal.

“If my son enters the world even in the future later than the docs suggested, nevertheless it’s a world with a greater probability of a robust relationship between Britain and Europe, then that’s value preventing for.

“This is a high risk pregnancy and I am doing this against doctor’s advice.”

Ms Siddiq, the MP for Hampstead & Kilburn, had a troublesome time giving delivery to her first baby Azalea, 2.

She has insisted on being current to vote tomorrow, relatively than counting on the “pairing” system, as a result of of earlier claims the Tories have intentionally undermined pairing.

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