Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Markets | By Erika Turner

Trump criticizes British PM Theresa May over Brexit deal

Trump criticizes British PM Theresa May over Brexit deal

Saul said that the general sentiment right now is "confusion and uncertainty", with numerous company's clients purchasing gold anxious that Theresa May, pictured above left, could be ousted out of office and replaced with someone in support of a hard Brexit.

Trump made the remark as he set off on a trip to Europe which includes a visit to Britain where he will hold talks with May who is now wrestling with a political crisis after two top ministers quit over her plans for Brexit. They've said it must be one or the other, and that a deep and frictionless free-trade arrangement must be bundled with the single market's free movement of people.

"Seeing as the Prime Minister isn't bringing Brexit home I'm concerned attending would be a bad omen for football coming home ..."

A banged up auto decorated with a banner saying "For sale - but no one's buying May's Brexit banger" is driven around Parliament Square in London.

Chief among those cabinet departures are Britain's top diplomat, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, and the man leading negotiations to exit the European Union, Brexit Secretary David Davis.

President Donald Trump has said British Prime Minister Theresa May's proposed Brexit plan will "probably kill" off any chance of a UK-US trade deal.

Senior Tory backbencher Sir Bernard Jenkin said: "These four amendments reflect existing Government policy, and we hope they will be welcomed by the Government". "As he said in his interview with the Sun she "is a very good person" and he 'never said anything bad about her, '" Sanders said in a statement.

The long-awaited white paper does not respect the referendum vote, according to European Research Group chair Rees-Mogg, who in a statement described the plans as "the greatest vassalage since King John paid homage to Phillip II at Le Goulet in 1200". "I think he's got what it takes". "That is exactly what we will do".

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Developments have moved quite fast since my piece last Sunday in which I outlined the United Kingdom government's new agreed policy of pursuing an extremely soft, even "name only" Brexit with the European Union in final negotiations which must be concluded before the United Kingdom final withdrawal from the E.U. on 29 March 2019. But they still weren't the most offensive quotes that the president gave to the paper.

Free trade would not apply to services, which account for 80 per cent of the British economy. The government said that would give Britain "freedom to chart our own path", though it would mean less access to European Union markets than there is now.

He said: "When it comes to a vote sometime around the end of this year, let us say that Theresa May has done a deal that bears some resemblance to what was put forward at Chequers with the EU".

Anti-Corbyn MPs are likely to be annoyed by Davis and Johnson jumping ship, with many concerned it now leaves the door wide open for the Labour leader.

Johnson wants to push May into a harder Brexit than the compromise she floated this week, although for the moment May's Conservative Party appears to be backing her up.

They also argued that the proposals breach several of the "red lines" the government set out, including a commitment to leave the EU's tariff-free customs union.

May's proposals for a future European Union relationship after Britain departs from the bloc next March had taken two years of internal wrangling to agree.

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