Theresa May: ‘I’m going to deliver Brexit on Time’ – BBC News

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Theresa May: ‘I’m going to deliver Brexit on Time’ – BBC News
Pacifically asking European Union four because their leaders don’t seem to think that you have anything new. Well, I got to put series of meetings today: we’ve had the bus legally binding changes, withdrawal agreement to deal with over the bank stop taking that changes. The back salt, together with the other, what we’re doing on workers, rights and other issues, will deliver. That’S what I will continue to push for any president agreed to find a way through this to find a way to get this over the life majority in Parliament. On time, the European Union is very family keeps saying no, not Donald, who said some of your colleagues should be sent to hell and then yesterday on you stuck in some kind of purgatory use yesterday, which was most helpful and caused widespread dismay in the United Kingdom Is that we should both be working to ensure that we can deliver a close relationship between the United Kingdom in the European Union in the future? Why do you believe that in the end, they may change their minds because everything that comes out of European leaders, nice here said they will not change that part of the agreement? The divorce do legally binding changes with roadway Mykonos to deal with what I see and hear us to work together to ensure that we can deliver the UK leaving the European Union with a deal. My work is to deliver brexit two deliveries on time and I’m going to negotiating hard in the coming days to do just that. Thank you.
The EU and UK will hold further talks on changes to their Brexit deal to help Theresa May get it through the Commons.
It comes after what both sides said was a “robust but constructive” meeting between Mrs May and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
Mrs May wants to prevent the UK being “trapped” in the backstop – the plan to keep the Irish border open.
Mr Juncker ruled out legally-binding changes to the backstop clause in the withdrawal agreement.
But he said the EU would be open to adding words to the non-binding future relations document that goes with the withdrawal agreement, following their meeting.

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