Theresa May appealed to the British

British Prime Minister Theresa May addressed with request to the British people to rally and support the agreed by her Cabinet draft deal with the European Union on the terms of Brexit. The text of the open letter to the nation authored by the head of the British government was published on Saturday evening in the main Newspapers of the country.

“On 29 March next year, the United Kingdom will leave the European Union. A new Chapter in the life of our people will begin, and I want this to be a moment of renewal and reconciliation for the country. We must mark the point at which we will forever cease to label, dividing people into those who voted “for” or “against” [the UK’s exit from the EU], and once again unite as a single nation. To do this, we need to hold Brexit now, supporting this deal,” writes May.

The Prime Minister stressed that on Sunday at an emergency EU summit in Brussels, she will seek approval of the draft agreement by the leaders of the 27 other EU member States. After that, she intends with “heart and soul” to campaign in the UK itself so that the draft deal supported the British people and approved by the Parliament of the United Kingdom, which along with the approval of the European Parliament is necessary for its entry into force. As May convinced, the conditions Brexit, which her government has achieved from Brussels, should arrange both supporters and opponents of European integration.

However, only last week resigned two members of the May’s Cabinet , including the Minister for Brexit Dominique Raab and six Deputy and assistant Ministers, who thus expressed disagreement with the course of the head of government.

The draft agreement on Brexit has claims from party members of the Prime Minister, and the opposition Labour party, and the allies of the tories in Parliament — the Democratic unionist party (DUP). The leader of unionist Ulster Arlene Foster promised on Saturday that dupe would vote against the draft deal if it was presented to Parliament for voting in its current form. The chances that the Prime Minister will not be able to secure the support of the majority of deputies are regarded as quite high. According to The Sunday Telegraph, and in London and in Brussels is now an urgent job over the alternatives agreement in this case.

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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