Brexit briefing: Brexit alternatives rejected in Commons
Brexit briefing: Brexit alternatives rejected in Commons
British Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at the House of Commons in London Britain 27 March 2019
10 April, 2019, 01:27
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After failing repeatedly to win Parliament's backing for her Brexit blueprint, May said the country needed "national unity to deliver the national interest".
Carney claimed that a no-deal Brexit is a "possibility, and it is the default option", despite that the European Union, British government and Parliament are all against no-deal.
The political chaos forced May to ask the European Union to postpone Britain's exit from the original date of March 29, but she is resisting delaying much longer.
"As things stand now, the no-deal option looks likely".
The party's deputy leader, Tom Watson, told Peston that Labour members would "find it unforgiveable" for "us to sign off on Theresa May's deal without a concession that involves the people".
Oliver Letwin, the Conservative lawmaker behind the process of votes, has previously said that if parliament succeeded in finding a majority for a way forward, he hoped the government would accept that outcome but if it did not, then lawmakers would bring forward legislation seeking to force it to do so.
Earlier, British MPs failed to reach a majority in an indicative vote on four alternative Brexit options selected by Speaker John Bercow from nine proposals put forward by the parliament.
May's cabinet - deeply divided between hardcore Brexiteers who now favour a no-deal, and more pragmatic ex-Remainers who want May's deal, or some other form of soft Brexit - is to meet for a five-hour session on Tuesday.
Barnier insisted the European Union would not renegotiate the 585-page withdrawal agreement but said he was willing to open up the political declaration that came with the legal text.
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