Theresa May Prime Minister share an opinion over Election in an interview and said it would “not be in the national interest” for a general election to take place before the leaves of UK the European Union in March 2019. While speaking to journalist Mrs. May told accompanying her to New York she was focused on delivering Brexit. She added that the next generation is not due until 2022. Hence, the demand from Labour is an earlier vote if MPs reject any deal struck between the UK and the EU.

If she could promise there would not be an election before the UK leaves the EU question asked by Journalist. Mrs. Mar answered and says: “ What I’m doing is working to deliver a good deal with Europe in the national interest. She added, “ It would not be in the national interest to have an election.”

Speaking to BBC political correspondent Ben Weight Mrs. May said that any MPs thinking of voting against a deal she reached with the EU should “recall” their “duty” in delivering on the 2016 referendum result. She also said, “ I am working to being a good deal back from EU.” “ Members of the House of Commons, when they look at that deal and remember that we delivering on the vote of the British people- that is what must be the forefront of people’s thinking.”

Mrs. Theresa May, the Prime Minister reiterated her view that having no deal in place when the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019 would be better than a bad deal. The government was doing the “ right and sensible thing” in the matter of advice for people to prepare for a no-deal scenario.

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