UK Parliament denied Prime Minister May’s appeal for the second time

March 12, the Parliament announced a double blow to Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit divorce appeal and her authority as a leader.

The lawmakers denied May’s deal 391-242 appeal and to back the agreement and end the political chaos.

One hundred forty-nine votes defeated, May’s control throughout Brexit and handed it to Parliament and it was divided as to what to do next.

UK Parliament denied Prime Minister May’s appeal for the second time UK Parliament denied Prime Minister May’s appeal for the second time uk parliament denied prime minister mays appeal for the second time
Prime Minister Theresa May

With only 17 more days left for Britain’s flight from European Union was shot with chaos and doubt on March 12 as the Parliament announced a double blow to Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit divorce appeal and her authority as a leader.

The lawmakers denied May’s deal 391-242 appeal and to back the agreement and end the political chaos. The top EU officials alerted that the defeat has grown and it has become chaotic.

One hundred forty-nine votes defeated, May’s control throughout Brexit and handed it to Parliament and it was divided as to what to do next.

May accepted the defeat and agreed that Parliament would vote on whether to leave the EU on March 29 without an agreement. May alerted the lawyers that voting without a deal for extension will not solve the problems.

UK Parliament denied Prime Minister May’s appeal for the second time UK Parliament denied Prime Minister May’s appeal for the second time uk parliament denied prime minister mays appeal for the second time
Brexit or EU

The EU had also discussed that there should be no more discussions or negotiations if at all the Parliament threw away the deal.

The officials discussed the backstop mechanism and explained that is it is used as a safeguard that will keep the UK in a customs union with the EU unless a permanent trading relationship is built.

Cox said over a written legal opinion that the UK could not extract itself from divorce deal unilaterally, a demand of pro- Brexit British politicians. Supporters of May Conservative Party and Democratic Unionist Party both believed not to support the agreement.

The European Research Group for pro-Brexit Conservative said the amendments would not deliver the legal binding changes to withdrawal agreement. More than two and a half years, it has been that the country voted to leave EU with no assurance as to when and how will that happen.

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