- Theresa May accuses Labour party of sabotaging discussions aimed at finding a consensus on the way forward for Brexit
- May has termed the debate with the opposition over the Brexit deal as “difficult’ with the likeliness of hitting an impasse
- There is a high probability that Cabinet ministers would introduce the Withdrawal Agreement Bill that will put the Brexit deal into the statute book
April 23, THRESSA accused the Labour unit, led by Jeremy Corbyn, that they intentionally dragged out their talks which involved different cross-party to come up with an agreement and projections for Brexit.
May Addresses EU Exit
The prime minister addressed the cabinet concerning the issue of UK’s departure timetable from the EU claiming that it had become one of the key sticking points. The prime minister raised a concern on issues relating with Labour saying that it would wreck crucial Brexit legislation. She believed that this effect would stop her from withdrawing from the EU for the fourth time.
Other ministers, David Lidington included, resumed the alleged talks with the team which is concerned in addressing all labor negotiations earlier yesterday afternoon. All this occurrence took place as the MPs came back to Westminster following the Easter break.
Before yesterday’s talks began, the cabinet met for their weekly meeting in Downing Street. During this meeting, May confessed to the ministers that the previously held discussions with their oppositions were constantly becoming onerous.
Her spokesperson said:
“The prime minister claimed that all the discussions held with the labor team had been consequential, but at the same time some areas such as negotiations on the timetable appeared to be difficult to come to a common understanding.”
May went ahead and said:
“There is a need to urgently initiate progress in different Government position because it is essential to make a delivery on the obtained result that relates to the referendum and UK should vacate EU with immediate effect.”
The talks are still undergoing, the negotiations and discussions being held are serious and address patent issues relating to Labour.
May Had No Plans of “Calling off” the Elections
Mrs. May addressed the cabinet saying that she did not take part in sharing her desires and opinion towards resolving the Commons deadlock so that the European parliamentary elections which were to take place in the UK on May 23 can be called off. Different sources who happened to be close to the negotiations implied that the Labour team had eased up regarding euro election which merged forward with an expectation that Tories would beat hollow in the poll.
The Labour team firmly put allegations to the Prime Minister claiming that she had refused to take a step towards compromising issues of workers being protected from the environment, upholding of workers’ rights and privileges and maintaining workers membership in EU customs union. One laborer said that the prime minister needs to make a firm political decision for her to shift away from her red lines.