British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a rebellion in her own party when lawmakers were angry that she had turned to Labor to deliver the Brexit.
Despite the Prime Minister's best efforts to persuade legislators to support their European Union divorce agreement, it has now been rejected three times in the House of Commons.
May said, "There is no sign that it can be adopted in the near future". Defending her decision to break the ideological gap on Saturday, May said there was a "blatant choice" to either leave the European Union with a deal or not to leave.
Corporal Andrea Leadsom said the Tories would work with Labor "through clenched teeth," the BBC says no deal would be better than lifting Brexit.
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Proposal that will break the deadlock before an EU emergency summit on Wednesday.
"We have no choice but to talk about the lower house," May said, insisting that the two main parties should call for the need to protect jobs and unite free movement. "The referendum was not part of the party line, and the people I talk to on the door tell me that they expect their politicians to work together when national interest requires it."
But leading Conservative Brexitist Jacob Rees-Mogg suggested that Sunday's May Labor move be included in the Brexit talks and accused of not having taken Britain out of the EU.
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Another conservative legislator, Nigel Evans, said that if May could not deliver Brexit and May anything she could do, May at an EU summit on Wednesday, she would face massive pressure to resign.
"At the moment, the focus is on conducting the Brexit, but when a long delay becomes reality, I believe the sounds that come from the Prime Minister's removal become a cacophony," said Evan's The Guardian. "I and many other conservatives would prefer to leave the EU, in terms of the World Trade Organization, to a shameful long extension that forces us to vote in the European elections."
According to The Guardian, May offers to anchor a plan that would give Parliament a say in future trade talks with the EU, which it believes will prevent a future Tory leader from pursuing a more stringent Brexit Attitude as soon as May is no longer the Prime Minister.
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Other critical issues, such as whether Britain would remain in a Customs Union or the possibility of a second referendum, are allegedly concessions that May has left open.
Most outside observers and established economists believe that if Britain left the EU without an agreement, it would lead to economic chaos for the country and could even lead to a shortage of basic goods and medicines.
The Associate ed Press has contributed to this report.