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Theresa May Reportedly Told Tory MPs She’ll Resign After Brexit Deal Goes Through

Theresa May Reportedly Told Tory MPs She’ll Resign After Brexit Deal Goes Through

Parliament make vote on the Brexit deal on Friday.

This news is kind of tricky. First off, reports have said that British Prime Minister told Tory Members of Parliament (MP) at a meeting she will step down before the next phase of Brexit.

Second, this is only if a Brexit deal goes through. As we all know, MPs have constantly butted heads these past two years with Brexit. The EU gave the UK an extension to April 12.

From The Telegraph:

“This has been a testing time for our country and our party. We’re nearly there. We’re almost ready to start a new chapter and build that brighter future.

“But before we can do that, we have to finish the job in hand. As I say, I don’t tour the bars and engage in the gossip – but I do make time to speak to colleagues, and I have a great team in the Whips’ Office. I also have two excellent PPSs.

“And I have heard very clearly the mood of the parliamentary party. I know there is a desire for a new approach – and new leadership – in the second phase of the Brexit negotiations – and I won’t stand in the way of that.

“I know some people are worried that if you vote for the Withdrawal Agreement, I will take that as a mandate to rush on into phase two without the debate we need to have. I won’t – I hear what you are saying.

“But we need to get the deal through and deliver Brexit.

“I am prepared to leave this job earlier than I intended in order to do what is right for our country and our party.

“I ask everyone in this room to back the deal so we can complete our historic duty – to deliver on the decision of the British people and leave the European Union with a smooth and orderly exit.”

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay told parliament that May wants to bring the Brexit to a meaningful vote on Friday. House of Commons Speaker John Bercow said he will only allow another Brexit vote “if it had been substantially changed since the last time it was rejected by MPs.”

If it should happen:


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By the time they represent democracy in its vote to leave the EU, it will be recycled and effectively aborted.

It will take just a little more time and debate to effectively scuttle Britain’s opportunity to leave the EU. The elites never wanted to leave and couldn’t care less that a majority of the electorate voted to leave.

For the umpteenth time, I don’t understand why Theresa May who was opposed to Brexit is the one writing the agreement. That almost assures it’s going to be a bad agreement, because she doesn’t get why it was voted for in the first place.

Visceral reaction. “I will leave when we have accomplished Brexit” = “Lifetime job secuirity”

Close The Fed | March 27, 2019 at 6:26 pm

Wasn’t she the one that declared Geert Wilders inadmissible to Britain?

Establishment HACK.

May resign? Oh no – that that!

It just might affect Britian much like when flake and corker quit under fire: positively.

The Trump of Britian is coming.

Benny Hill would have had a field day with May and company. I think even Neville would have been a better choice for PM with Brexit.. alive or dead.

If May had offered herself up to be burnt at the stake, it would fall short.

So what kind of betrayal will be on offer Friday?

    Edward in reply to randian. | March 28, 2019 at 9:14 am

    Reporting this mornings which speculates that everything is back on the table once her “deal” fails again on Friday. Hard Exit with no deal, Soft Exit (whatever that means), Renewed negotiations for a deal, another referendum and (the likely preferred result of many) no Exit at all.

Seems more like threat than a deal…

Accept a bad deal or you get bad me. What?