British Prime Minister, Theresa May is set to have showdown talks with the European Union on the way to go about their business with the E.U.
Writing on U.K Newspaper, The Telegraph, May explained she won’t be compromising the exit of the U.K from the E.U as she waved off talks of a second referendum over Brexit.
She said the Chequers Agreement will not hold her back from going full throttle on the March 29th plans to exit the E.U. She is set for negotiations with the E.U on how business partnerships can be maintained beyond their membership. The E.U has given until November to finalise the business talks.
“We want to leave with a good deal and we are confident we can reach one.”
The government has been preparing for a no-deal scenario, even though this would create “real challenges for both the UK and the EU” in some sectors, she says.
But the PM adds: “We would get through it and go on to thrive.”
She goes on to insist in her article that her government will not back another vote.
“In the summer of 2016, millions came out to have their say,” she writes.
“In many cases for the first time in decades, they trusted that their vote would count; that after years of feeling ignored by politics, their voices would be heard.
“To ask the question all over again would be a gross betrayal of our democracy – and a betrayal of that trust.”
Some favourite Members of Parliament have revealed their displeasure with some of her notions with an MP describing her claims of not having a second referendum on breach of trust and democracy as “balderdash.”
The conviction of Britons in the exit of the U.K from the E.U is drastically dropping with the greater good of the move in doubt by many citizens.