Brexit votes CHAOS: Theresa May resignation must happen 'QUICKLY' after deal failure

Clay Curtis
March 13, 2019

Mr Corbyn says the Prime Minister "knows full well" the damage a no-deal Brexit would do.

She said she was "not frightened" of the people in her Birmingham Yardley constituency who voted to leave, saying if they do not like her views they can vote her out. Business chiefs reacted angrily to the result as the majority support the United Kingdom exiting the European Union on March 29 with an agreement in place.

The Prime Minister's plight was the delight of Twitter as users took to the platform in force to mock the embattled leader as she tried in vain to persuade MPs to back her deal.

"That's what the deal delivers, that's what I continue to work to deliver".

But ministers said products from the European Union including beef, pork, chicken, butter, cheese and fish would also be subject to import taxes expected to push up prices in the supermarkets from March 29 if there is no deal. But what I hope is a cause for optimism is that the Prime Minister seemed to discuss what many of us have been waiting for, for a long time, the opportunity for Parliament to give direction either in terms of a different kind of deal or, indeed, she even mentioned a second referendum.

"So can the Prime Minister tell us exactly what her plan is now?"

Labour is set to help block a no deal Brexit tonight in another crunch vote in the House of Commons.

"He has nothing to offer this country".

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Following that ruling, the Brexiteer ERG group of Tory MPs as well as the DUP said it could not recommend backing the deal.

Mrs May said the plan was unworkable, highlighting how any transition period would require a deal with the EU.

"For that reason, I can confirm that this will be a free vote on this side of the House".

Tory MP Shailesh Vara, who quit his post as Northern Ireland minister over Brexit, demanded Mrs May write a blank cheque for no-deal Brexit costs.

"And that the deal we have negotiated is the best and indeed only deal available".

Mr Boles" actions follow Theresa May losing last night's "meaningful vote' on her Withdrawal Agreement by 391 votes to 242.

She said she did not know how Michael Gove, who opened the debate, could explain how in the event of a no-deal that food prices would go up and "then not move every fibre of his being to end that".

"That funding is being used to ensure we have preparations for a no deal".

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