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Theresa May refuses THREE times to rule out quitting if her Brexit deal fails

Theresa May refuses THREE times to rule out quitting if her Brexit deal fails

THERESA May has right now refused THREE times to say if she is going to give up as PM – even if her deal will get torpedoed by MPs in Parliament.

In a staunch defence of her plans the Prime Minister dodged questions on whether or not she would keep in publish if MPs threw them out subsequent month and stated once more: “this isn’t about me”.

 Theresa May told listeners we wouldn't get a better deal than hers

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Theresa May advised listeners we would not get a greater deal than hers

In a reside Q&A with the general public this lunchtime she warned Brexit rebels there’s NOT a plan B for what occurs if they chucked it out, and harassed that her deal was the one one on the desk from the EU.

Requested repeatedly if she would give up she replied: “I’m focused. No, Emma, I’m focusing on ensuing that we get this deal through Parliament.”

And she or he informed the BBC’s Emma Barnett: “If this deal does not undergo we find yourself again at sq. one with extra uncertainty and division…

“I don’t think we will get a better deal – I think this is the deal that works for the UK.”

 Emma Barnett grilled the PM along with members of the public this lunchtime

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Emma Barnett grilled the PM together with members of the general public this lunchtime

She stated there was no prospect of Brexit being stopped beneath her watch – vowing to lead us out subsequent March it doesn’t matter what occurs.

Mrs May advised listeners: “From my point of view, personally, there is no question of ‘No Brexit’ because the Government needs to deliver on what people voted for in the referendum in 2016.”

However she refused to say her deal would higher than staying within the EU, stressing it might be “different” as an alternative.

“It is a different sort of environment and a different approach that we will be taking to things,” she advised a fearful caller.

Within the interview she additionally:

  • Stated she would have a drink with Phillip to rejoice if her deal will get handed by means of the Commons
  • Revealed she was despatched a cupcake from a nine-year-old woman to cheer her up after a troublesome week
  • Promised she can be sending ex-PM David Cameron and her rival Jacob Rees-Mogg a Christmas card, although he is stated he has no confidence in her management
  • Insisted she does not dream about Brexit – however typically has to go to mattress after midnight
 Theresa May said she goes to bed after midnight - and will celebrate with a drink with Phil if all goes well

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Theresa May stated she goes to mattress after midnight – and can have fun with a drink with Phil if all goes nicely

Theresa May warns negotiations will ‘return to sq. one’ if her Brexit plan just isn’t accepted throughout BBC Radio 5 Reside phone-in

However her deal might be OFF altogether as MPs of all sides vowed at the moment to oppose her “sell-out” deal.

The Prime Minister now faces a battle on all sides to get her MPs, the EU leaders and the general public on aspect to get the deal signed, sealed and delivered.

Greater than 80 MPs have publicly trashed her settlement and a minimum of 100 are anticipated to vote it down within the Commons alongside most of Labour, the Lib Dems and the SNP.

She is going to do a stay query and reply session with the general public later at the moment, earlier than dashing again to Brussels tomorrow to see EU leaders hopefully log off on her deal.

However when she returns she is going to face the struggle of her life to get MPs to vote for it.

Yesterday dozens lined up to slam her new 26-page settlement which can see us tied to the EU and European Courts till 2022 – with a price ticket of greater than £39billion.

 MPS lined up to trash her deal yesterday - and most say they are opposed to it

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MPS lined up to trash her deal yesterday – and most say they’re opposed to it

 The PM will take a live Q and A from the public later today

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The PM will take a stay Q and A from the general public later at present

Concessions she gained from Brussels over “alternative arrangements” for Northern Eire and the power to signal commerce offers after we depart weren’t sufficient to win over fuming Brexiteers.

Yesterday Mrs May stated a deal was “within our grasp” and Brits simply needed to get on with it and settle the difficulty.

“In these crucial 72 hours ahead, I will do everything possible to deliver it for the British people,” she stated.

However MPs branded her deal a “sell out” and stated she had rolled over on fishing rights – and the unpopular Northern Eire backstop plan nonetheless stays.

It additionally emerged the transition might be prolonged even additional than deliberate, which might drive Britain to cough up even MORE hundreds of thousands of kilos to the bloc, whereas having no say in any rule-making.

Boris Johnson stated the PM’s deal made “a complete nonsense of Brexit”. And David Davis referred to as it a “pig in a poke”.

Priti Patel, writing for The Solar, branded it a “costly surrender” by the Authorities.

However this morning Schooling Secretary Damian Hinds stated help for the PM’s deal would develop as MPs realised the danger of No Deal.

He informed Radio four: “As people reflect on what the alternatives are, I think people are going to come to see this is a very good deal for Britain.”

After my dialog with Theresa May, our positions stay distant. My Authorities will all the time defend the pursuits of Spain. If there are not any modifications, we’ll veto Brexit.

— Pedro Sánchez (@sanchezcastejon) November 22, 2018

Cupboard Brexiteers are playing on Mrs May’s deal getting thrown out subsequent month – and are planning for a managed No Deal.

As first revealed by The Solar earlier this month, ministers are engaged on plans for a collection of preparations that might forestall us from leaving with nothing.

Britain might ask and pay for an additional yr of EU membership – or a transition – however then transfer in the direction of No Deal underneath World Commerce Organisation guidelines, with a collection of mini aspect offers.

Staying within the EU is best than Theresa May’s deal ‘lock us in’ to EU endlessly, Raab says

EX-Brexit boss Dominic Raab has stated that staying within the EU can be BETTER than Theresa May’s hated Brexit deal.

The previous Cupboard secretary, who give up final week over the proposed association for our EU exit, stated he did not need to Stay within the bloc however that Mrs May’s proposals are even worse than that.

He advised the BBC this morning: “I am not going to advocate staying within the EU.

“But if you just presented me terms, this deal or EU membership… yes, I think this would be even worse than that.”

Mr Raab stated it might maintain us “locked in” to the EU’s guidelines for years to come – and may by no means turn out to be freed from thyem.

“They want to peg us in and control our laws and avoid having a competititive advantage – and they’ve acomplished that with this deal.”

As an alternative he stated Mrs May ought to return to the EU and rengeotiate, giving a “best final offer” earlier than contemplating a managed type of No Deal.

In the meantime, the EU are nonetheless squabbling over their asks for the settlement.

Final night time in a late night time tweet Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez vowed to “veto Brexit” to “defend the interests of Spain”.

However Gibraltar’s first minister Fabian Picardo fired again, saying Spain and Gibraltar had reached settlement, and re-opening it might permit different EU nations to hijack it and demand much more concessions from Britain.

Spain cannot truly “veto” the settlement – however the EU need everybody to agree on the deal going forward.

The PM’s official spokesperson stated in the present day: “The Withdrawal Settlement isn’t being reopened we’ll work with Authorities of Gibraltar and Spain on our future relationship and negotiate on behalf of the entire UK household.

EU officers will meet in the present day to finalise the Brexit deal and attempt to appease last-minute calls for from Spain.

However Treasury minister Mel Stride vowed final night time: “We aren’t going to compromise on the sovereignty challenge round Gibraltar.

“It would be quite unusual if something like that with one particular country was used to be a spanner in the works.”

UK’s out of pluck and out of pocket

By Priti Patel, Tory MP for Witham, former Worldwide Improvement Secretary

TODAY we have now lastly seen the true value of being out-thought and out-manoeuvred by the EU at each stage within the negotiations.

By agreeing to give the EU £39billion of taxpayers’ cash for no commerce deal in return, we’ve ensured every part we needed from the negotiation has been put in an unenforceable, meaningless political declaration.

And it’ll value each UK family £1,433.

Nevertheless, the EU’s joyful as a result of every thing it needed has ended up within the Withdrawal Settlement — a legally enforceable worldwide treaty which we gained’t give you the chance to again out of.

Worse nonetheless, the declaration is actually the discredited Chequers proposal yet again.

As an alternative of taking again management, we can be abandoning management over huge swathes of our social and financial coverage.

As an alternative of being daring sufficient to put together to stroll away from negotiations, we’ve succumbed to the EU’s bullying techniques.

This can be a defeatist give up and I implore ministers to assume once more.

Cupboard ministers spent a lot of a convention name with Mrs May ­yesterday morning debating how to promote the deal to the nation.

Sajid Javid stated ministers wanted to be higher at arguing its case with the general public to get it by way of.

Theresa May fires again at Boris Johnson after his Brexit settlement criticism

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