UK Prime Minister Theresa May successfully gained the support of her cabinet for a drafted separation deal with the European Union that can push both her leadership and Brexit deal at a stake. May appeared from a five-hour long meeting with her minister and the meeting provide her endeavour to declare that she captured enough support to move ahead with her Brexit plan.

May told outside her Downing Street Office, “The collective decision of cabinet was that the government should agree on the draft withdrawal agreement and the outline political declaration”.

The UK leader surrounded by enemy forces admitted that she could confront even more powerful resistance while she implied the text to parliament for achieving the approval next month.

The whispering of the resignation in the cabinet and the diplomatic plotting by the sceptical MPs in May’s own party to dethrone her saw the pound immersion one per cent in the wild hour of shaking.

UK Prime Minister clarified that she got engaged in an “impassioned debate” with her minister and there will be “will be difficult days ahead”.

She said, “This is a decision that will come under intense scrutiny and that is entire as it should be an entirely understandable”, referring to the imminent parliament vote.

UK and EU are now ready to arrange a Brexit summit on 25th November. In earlier Wednesday, coming out in front of the House of Commons, May outburst the anger on both who want an unstained break with Brussels and those who think Brexit is a disaster.

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