Brexit TV ads will urge Britons to prepare for no-deal scenario

Brexit TV ads will urge Britons to prepare for no-deal scenario

Rights for Britons residing in countries across the European Union and vice versa could be protected by a "separate deal" during ongoing Brexit developments, despite British Prime Minister Theresa May saying this would not be possible without a brand new EU mandate.

The plan is to be approved by Cabinet on Friday, according to El País, and is included in a Decree which also states that benefits are extended to Gibraltar, although again it is important to stress that Spain will have a power of veto in any future agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union regarding the British Overseas Territory.

He said: "Britain's biggest post-war political crisis is now on hold and at some point the inevitable conclusion will have to be played out". However, I do not believe that the Commission has behaved honourably during these negotiations.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is set to host a meeting today to discuss the ramifications of a no-deal Brexit on Londoners, warning that it could affect supply of food medicine, health services and crucial services. If it is rejected, Parliament will then vote on whether to leave the European Union without an agreement or seek to postpone Brexit by up to three months.

The new approach was condemned by some Brexit supporters in her Conservative party, 20 of whom voted against the plan on Wednesday night.

May's original deal was overwhelmingly defeated in a vote in January with many lawmakers in her own party opposed to a provision to guarantee there are no customs posts or other barriers along the Irish border.

The PM vowed to give MPs the chance to express their consent for either outcome should they vote down her revised Brexit deal, which she has pledged to bring back to the Commons by 12 March.

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Ms Leadsom responded: "What I would also say to him is that we on the government benches are trying our hardest to deliver on the result of the June 2016 referendum".

The diplomat's note from a briefing made to Ambassadors of the EU's 27 remaining members on Friday morning in Brussels is said to reveal Mrs May asked for a delay.

May has bowed to pressure from within her Conservative government and given Parliament the chance to delay Britain's scheduled March 29 departure if lawmakers fail to approve her divorce agreement with the bloc.

"We can not negotiate a successful Brexit unless we are prepared to walk through the (exit) door", said Eustice in a letter resigning as agriculture minister.

This comes after it was revealed that the government has been forced to pay Eurotunnel £33 million over controversial shipping contracts handed out in the event of a Brexit no-deal.

But critics said his departure showed the government was in disarray.

"We've always been very clear that we will not lower food standards as part of any future trading agreement", Prime Minister Theresa May's spokeswoman, Alison Donnelly, told reporters in London.

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