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British Prime Minister Theresa May blows out of parliament before the deadline



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9, 22:00 GMT

By Max Burman

LONDON – This Brexit mess? Is not my fault. That's the parliament.

This is the message that British Prime Minister Theresa May presented on Wednesday nine days before the country left the European Union.

In a televised address, May attempted to review parliamentarians who twice rejected the agreement she had negotiated with the EU, and speak directly with the public instead.

"Two years later, MEPs could not agree on a way to implement the UK's withdrawal," she said. "Therefore, we will not start punctually with a deal on March 29th."

She added, "I'm absolutely sure you, the public, have had enough."

May's Attempt To appeal to voters came after another day of unsettled Brexit insecurity. Unable to agree on a messy divorce, she pleaded in a letter from Wednesday, which was delayed shortly before the next week's resignation date.

The President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, responded that Britain would be granted a short term extension of the looming Brexit deadline only if its parliament votes in favor of the May Leave Agreement.

Alexander Smith and the Associated Press contributed to it.


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