LONDON – Theresa May has rejected calls to compromise with opposition parties on Brexit and wants instead to press ahead with a plan to return to Brussels.
Gavin Barwell, the prime minister, has been asked to leave the Labor Party for her deal.
Northern Ireland backstop, which is dedicated to the EU's customs and customs rules, and Northern Ireland and Ireland if talks fail before the end of the Brexit transition period.
May So Blamed Labor Leader Jeremy Corbyn for the breakdown in the talks after he's met with the Prime Minister's Brexit with the EU – the preferred option of some Conservative Brexiters.
The Prime Minister wants to set out her plan in a statement and motion to the House of Commons on Monday afternoon.
The plan, which has already been given multiple times by the EU and Ireland, would have to be backed in principle by the House of Commons in a vote at the end of this month, before being negotiated with the EU and then voted on next month by UK Parliament next month.
May wants the EU to give the UK legally-binding that would be a temporary measure. Pro-Brexit MPs want this to come in the form of a fixed enddate.
However, MPs from across the House are poised to force.
MPs. The process is to take place in the UK.
Ripping up the Good Friday Agreement
Downing Street has been reportedly considered an alternative plan to renegotiate the Good Friday Agreement in order to avoid the need for a backstop with the EU.
The GFA peace treaty between the United Kingdom, Northern Irish parties and the Republic of Ireland in the 1
Ripping up the Belfast Agreement would be incredibly controversial, take months, if not years, and require a series of referrals in order to ratify it. Downing Street sources a plan to rip up the Good Friday Agreement.