Published: Sun, December 02, 2018
Markets | By Erika Turner

May faces more Brexit woes after United Kingdom minister quits

May faces more Brexit woes after United Kingdom minister quits

Britain's post-Brexit immigration system will enable businesses to bring in high-skilled workers from the rest of the world, but firms should also do more to train up young British people, Prime Minister Theresa May said.

Echoing talking points already repeated in near-identical language by leaders including Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker themselves to the effect that there could not be any deal to the United Kingdom except the one already agreed, Polish politician turned Eurocrat Donald Tusk said at the globalist summit the only other options meant no deal.

Scotland voted to remain in the European Union in the 2016 referendum and Scottish leaders say that the divorce deal was negotiated without taking into account their views.

"I think it is important members of parliament focus on the nature of this vote".

In an article for The Daily Telegraph, Mr Gyimah said he could not support the "naive" agreement with Brussels which was "not in the national interest".

Asked whether she was putting pressure on Tory MPs to fall in behind her plan, Mrs May said: "Obviously we're talking to colleagues about this vote".

This is a debate about looking ahead to the vote which is taking place on December 11.

Dr Fox was reported to be among a group of five Cabinet ministers seeking to tweak Mrs May's Withdrawal Agreement before MPs vote on December 11.

"The message I get from members of the public is that they want the Government to do that, they want us to deliver Brexit and we want to do it in a way that protects people's jobs".

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"The problem is that people are right to be distrustful, for there is an effort both to frighten and to gull them into acquiescing into a non-Brexit Brexit". "That is actually a betrayal of the British people".

Brexiteers have accused the government of betraying the 2016 referendum, as the deal could see the United Kingdom locked in the EU customs union long after the article 50 deadline.

"A few days before the vote in the House of Commons, it is becoming more and more clear that this deal is the best possible - in fact, the only possible one", Tusk said, ruling out any renegotiation by the European Union if the British parliament votes down last Sunday's deal on December 11.

He tweeted to his 1.88million followers: "Theresa May said she wanted a head to head debate with me on her botched Brexit deal and I am ready to do that".

May has faced questions as to why she is spending time selling her deal to the public rather than the lawmakers who will vote on it. We haven't seen an alternative from the leader of the opposition.

In the meantime, May will push the case for reform of the World Trade Organisation at the G20 summit of industrialised nations on Friday and Saturday, including increasing transparency, updating dispute settlement processes and promoting trade in services and digital alongside goods.

She added however that if the deal is rejected, "some people would need to take some practical steps in relation to no deal".

The Conservative MP, who campaigned for Remain, today says that Mrs May should not rule out holding a second referendum.

Britain is expected to announce that it will create a post of trade envoy to Buenos Aires following talks between May and Argentine President Mauricio Macri.

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