Published: Wed, March 13, 2019
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

We need radical change to Brexit deal - DUP's Wilson

We need radical change to Brexit deal - DUP's Wilson

The paper said: "MPs should hold their nerve, refuse to be panicked, reject her poor offering and vote for extra time to find an answer that is best for Britain".

She said that "we made an effort to address British sensitivities, British wishes and British concerns". Today we have secured legal changes.

The legal judgement on the instrument issued by Attorney General Geoffrey Cox today noted: "T$3 he legally binding provisions of the joint instrument and the content of the unilateral declaration reduce the risk that the United Kingdom could be indefinitely and involuntarily detained within the protocol's provisions at least in so far as that situation had been brought about by the bad faith or want of best endeavours of the European Union".

Conservative lawmaker Nicky Morgan said May's position will become "less and less tenable" if she suffers more defeats in Parliament this week.

The Dow Jones is down as UK Prime Minister, Theresa May's, Brexit deal was again defeated in Parliament. With EU leaders warning there would be no more changes or negotiations, and less than three weeks to go until the United Kingdom is due to leave, British lawmakers were facing a stark choice: support a deal many consider inadequate or run the risk that Brexit might happen chaotically, or not at all.

The EU warned British politicians that negotiations will not be reopened if Parliament rejects the deal again.

Speaking shortly after the government lost the second meaningful vote by 242 to 391 votes on Tuesday evening, Carmichael said that rather than the Irish backstop the Prime Minister's own red lines were the reason why she couldn't command a majority in the House.

"We need radical change. and we need to see some steel in her stance".

The DUP has pledged to carefully analyse the Brexit deal add-ons, remaining non-committal on whether it would now back the Withdrawal Agreement.

"MPs will vote at a time of intense geopolitical volatility, when the unity of the western alliance that has underpinned Britain's security in the post-war era has never looked less certain", the paper wrote.

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After details of the EU's concessions emerged, it climbed close to $1.33 against the USA dollar and hit a 22-month high versus the euro, at almost €1.18.

The set to leave the bloc March 29 as a result of a 2016 referendum where British voters chose to leave the union after more than 40 years of membership.

The UK's tortuous crisis over European Union membership is approaching its finale with an extraordinary array of outcomes still possible, including a delay, a last-minute deal, a no-deal Brexit, a snap election or even another referendum.

May has also spoken to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker amid speculation the British leader might dash to meet Juncker and other EU leaders in France.

The three-part package of changes effectively aims to resolve a key sticking point for British MPs over the so-called backstop plan to keep open the border between European Union member Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland.

"We have an opportunity now to leave on March 29 or shortly thereafter and it's important we grasp that opportunity because there is wind in the sails of people trying to stop Brexit", Hunt told the BBC.

But he says they don't give the "internationally lawful means" of getting out of the arrangement without the EU's approval.

That still leaves the options of a general election or a second referendum on the table.

Cutting tariffs on imported goods would ease the blow to British consumers from an expected jump in inflation in the event of a no-deal Brexit, which would probably cause sterling to tumble and make imports more expensive.

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