Theresa May: ‘I believe in my deal’ – BBC News

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Theresa May: ‘I believe in my deal’ – BBC News
Serving in high office is an honour and privilege, it is also a heavy responsibility that is true at any time, but especially when the stakes is high. Negotiating the UK’s withdrawal from the EU after 40 years and building from the ground up on you and enjoying relationship for the good of our children and grandchildren is the highest Itachi’s. Almost every area of our national life, a holy calling me and virtually every job, the livelihood of citizens of the United Kingdom formations, all Safety and Security. All of these are at stake. My Approach throughout lesbian to put the national interest first Enoch my own political interest, to do the same, but you reach a different conclusion. They must do what they believed to be right, just as I do great that they chosen to leave the government, and I thank them for that service, but I believe with every fiber of my being, but the course I have said I’ll, just the right one for Our country and our people from the very beginning I have known what I wanted to deliver for the British people, do all of that vote in the referendum, full control of our borders by bringing an end to the free movement of people once and for all money. So we decide also how to spend it on priority. It’S like rmhs, full control of the European court of justice in the United Kingdom common Fisheries policy for good. That is exactly what this agreement will deliver. Free movement ended on your payments, start the jurisdiction of the ecj over c a p out of the cfp. This is a brexit but delivers on the priorities of the British people in achieving these objectives protects the hundreds of thousands of manufacturing jobs. The put food on the tables of working fine, it is right across the UK. Those jobs rely on cross-border trade in Goods with Heartland easily in and out of the UK, allowing for integrated Supply chains, this agreement or text that security cooperation. This helps keep us safe. This agreement peaceful settlement in Northern Island by leaving the EU as one United Kingdom and having no hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland. This agreement does that as well. Yes, difficult uncomfortable decisions have to be made. I understand fully that there was some who were unhappy with those compromises, but this deal delivers what people voted for. I just he’s in the National interest and we can only if we unite behind the agreement reached in cabinet yesterday. If you don’t move forward without, nobody can know for sure all the consequences that will follow. It would be to take a puff of deep engraved on certainty when the British people just want us to get on with it. They all looking to the conservative party to deliver to deliver a brexit that works for the whole UK, I’m first class Public Services. We can rely on an NHS there for all of us great schools for every child on two homes that family is need. That is what we expect, and that is what show it to them to deliver on straight talk after they have. Thank you very much Distillery. Kingsburg BBC News is very clear. You want to stick to your plan. Isn’T the case, though, that others are seeking to take that decision out of your hands? Prime minister, isn’t the case now that you are in office, but you’re not really in power when we bring the deal.? What is going to happen now is that the renegotiations, particularly focusing on the future framework and fitting the details of that out of the EU council meeting and that will then be go back to the House of Commons into a function. The House of Commons I’m going to do my job of getting the best deal for Britain, I’m going to do my job of getting a deal with his in the National interest when the boat comes before the House of Commons, and these will be doing that you’ll. They will need to look at that a deal. They will need to consider the photo of the Bush People to leave the European Union and I’ll duty to deliver on that food and, of course, they will be held to account by their constituents for the decisions that they take.
Theresa May says she believes in her deal “with every fibre of my being”.

At a press conference in Downing Street, the PM said colleagues
“must do what they believe to be right” and thanked those who had resigned for their service.

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Theresa May says British people “just want us to get on with it”.

She says she “understands fully there are some that are unhappy” with the compromises in her deal.

But, sounding defiant, she added: “This deal delivers what was voted for and is in the national interest.”

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