Brexit is a UK’s national interest at stake, not her own “personal fortunes” says Theresa May. The Sun that ending the deadlock in the negotiations was “not about her” but about confirm the best possible deal for the country said Prime Minister. However, May will updates the commons laters amid renewed talk of Tory MPs forcing a confidence vote in her leadership.

With a note of MPs opposed to her plan for trade with the EU have met the bloc’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier. It is reported that  UK is due to leave the EU on 29 March 2019.

Setting out the legal terms the Prime Minister will tell MPs that 95% of the withdrawal agreement has now been settled. Hence, she acknowledges the issue of how to deal with the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland is continuing to stand in the way of a deal.

Chris Grayling Transport Secretary has said that he would be happy to contemplate a short bridge between the end of the transition period and the start of a new UK – EU partnership. But he added that it would be unacceptable for the UK to be stuck in “limbo” for a prolonged period.

On the same note of EU-UK partnership, May said the sun that hedge the UK integrity was so important that she had a duty to explore every possible solution to keeping the Iris border open and ensuring no new barriers within the UK as a whole.  

PM further advised that the conservation should not be personalized and her own fortune was secondary compared to getting a dal which respected the 2016 Brexit vote but also hedge jobs. She also added, “ the Brexit conversation is not about me or my personal fortunes.” They ate about the national interest and that means making the right choices, not the easy one.”

While sharing a statement, May will cite agreement reached in the last few weeks on the future of Gibraltar and the UK RAF bases in Cyprus as a sign of the progress that is being made.


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