from the EU sketch to acquire the Brexit deal through the British parliament and prevent a turmoiled withdrawal.

She declared the move after a late evening dart to Strasbourg to forge the accusations with top European officials, as the clock tapped down to the scheduled separation of Britain from the block on 29th March.

European Commission Chief Jean-Claude Juncker alerted that the stakes were rapidly high, before the vote by the British legislators on the deal.

The former Luxembourg premier told the reporters, sitting next to May at a late-night press conference in the French City, “ The choice is clear: it is this deal, or Brexit may not happen at all. Let’s bring the UK’s withdrawal to an orderly end”.

The three fragmentary packages of changes effectively target to resolve a key inserting point for British MPs over the so-called backstop plan to keep unlocked the border between EU member Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May informed the reporters after the discussions with Mr. Juncker and the Chief negotiator of European Union Michel Barnier, “Today we have secured legal changes ”.

She also added, “Now is the time to come together, to back this improved Brexit deal, and to deliver on the instruction of the British people.

UK legislators will review the new proposals before detaining a vote on the divorce deal with just 17 days to be separated from the block after 46 years according to the plan of Britain.

In January, House of Commons of Britain defeated the deal remarkably and was assumed to do so again without any significant change.

Britain could confront another defeat in parliament splitting the ties with its closest partner in the trade world on 29th March with no new alignment, causing massive interruption, on both sides of the channel.

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