"I want to leave the European Union with a good deal, I believe we have a good deal," British Prime Minister Theresa May told parliament.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday she wanted to leave the European Union with an agreement and she would be voting against a ‘no deal’ exit later in parliament. Lawmakers will vote on a government motion later which states that parliament rejects leaving the EU without a deal on March 29, but notes that leaving without a deal remains the legal default unless a deal is agreed.
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“I want to leave the European Union with a good deal, I believe we have a good deal,” she told parliament. “I will be voting for the motion standing in my name.”