Uk Prime Minister Theresa May will resume attempts to ram the Brexit plan after her dramatic offer of quit for saving her deal and failure of MPs in their seal to crack standoff. At the risk of losing dominance of the proceeding of leaving the European Union, the leader declared she would give resignation if parliament supported finally her withdrawal agreement.
The offer came publicly just hours before the House of Commons participated in an unrivaled series of polls to attempt alternative planning – but all eight proposals failed to acquire a majority, heightening divisions among MPs.
Brexit minister Steve Barclay told the consequence “ strengthens our view that the deal our government has negotiated is the best option”.
MPs have twice declined the Brexit deal of Theresa May, both times by huge majorities, triggering the leader to declare what is assumed to be her final offer.
She told in a scheduled meeting of her Conservative MPs, “I know there is a desire for a new approach — and new leadership — in the second phase of the Brexit negotiations and I won’t stand in the way of that ”.
She also added, “But we need to get the deal through and deliver Brexit. I am prepared to leave this job earlier than I intended in order to do what is right for our country and our party. ”
There are remarks of melting among her rebel MPs, with a number of Eurosceptics performing a U-turn along with former foreign secretary Boris Johnson – a supposed to competitor for replacing UK Prime minister Theresa May – who told fellow MPs for support the deal.
But her proposal may not be sufficient to convince some tough-minded followers, along with a group of conservatives who named themselves “ The Spartans”, who are still detaining as is the Democratic Unionist Party, the Northern Irish Party which beamed the government of Theresa May.
The DUP claims the “backstop” planning in the deal for keeping open the border with EU member of Ireland after Brexit constituted an “unacceptable threat” to the political union of the United Kingdom. The opposition Labour and Scottish National parties are also against the deal.