Theresa May has snipped the  £65 fee millions of EU citizens who were going to have for paying to protect the right of permanent living in the UK after Brexit. She also took the vow to look for changes to the Irish backstop from the EU. But she again declined calls to govern out a “no-deal” Brexit and alerted another EU referendum could intimidate the  “social cohesion ” of UK. conservative Labour and rebels charged her of being about the scale of opposition to her Brexit deal.

Mrs May had been pushed for making the statement about executing her plan about the proceeding after the rejection of her Brexit deal with the EU by 230 votes in the last week- her “ plan B”.

MPs are due to an election on the updated version of the deal, although she gave some details about how it would be altered. Between now and then, the MPs will meet in a table along with a series of reformation – approached the changes to the deal of PM in a venture to force through alternatives to her Brexit deal. The Commons Representative John Bercow will choose which alterations are put to a vote.

Mrs Theresa May vowed to seek the contemplations of Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party who keep her minor power in government and others on the suggested Irish backstop. She said she would then “take the conclusions of these discussions back to the EU ”.

She told she was surveying potential “ movement” on the backstop that could provide protection with the support of a majority of MPs, with the target of directing concerns that it could become permanent and threaten the unification of the United Kingdom.

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