‘No deal’ Brexit looms after May resigns

A bill to put the negotiated Brexit agreement into UK law and give MPs a vote on whether to hold a referendum has been shelved after Prime Minster Theresa May’s resignation.

29 May 2019
By Connexion journalist

Mrs May had said the choice was the deal, no deal or “revoke or a second referendum”.

Boris Johnson is the front-runner to replace her. He says the UK should leave on October 31, deal or no deal.

Christopher Chantrey of the British Community Committee of France said: “For our rights the best thing is remain, way below is the deal and way below again is no deal. 

There’s a risk of a PM who will have our interests less at heart, and the clock is ticking

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