Following the persisting uncertainties overwhelming the exit of UK from EU, Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that if a compromise is not reached with opposition Labour Party on time, Britain may never achieve its aim of leaving the EU.
May said this after she received widespread criticism from Brexiteers for yielding to some demands by the Labour party. She argued that it is crucial to give Labour some of the things they want including a place in British delegation if Brexit will happen at all. The longer it takes to reach the compromise, the less likely for Brexit to happen, May said.
Brexit Still a Long a Way to go
Mrs. May has been unable to earn the necessary support she needs to carry her Brexit plans through, hence she has turned to opposition party to get support.
Mrs. Theresa May said the two parties are on the same page regarding some issues pertaining to Brexit which will be the foundation of their compromise. She said the common ground is the only way to win the majority in the Parliament which is imperative for Brexit.
She emphasized that the longer it takes to reach a compromise, the more likely it will be for the UK to never leave the Union. She, therefore, asked EU leaders to postpone Brexit to June 30 but EU wants a viable plan before they grant the extension as the earlier two weeks granted did not deliver the aim.
Leader Jeremy Corbyn revealed he expects the Prime Minister to compromise many of her stands concerning Brexit.
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