May considering plan to let lawmakers work out Brexit deal if talks fail: report

Credit: Reuters- Published on April 9, 2019
British Prime Minister Theresa May is considering a new plan to introduce legislation that would allow lawmakers to thrash out a compromise Brexit deal among themselves, if talks with the opposition Labour party fail, The Guardian reported on Tuesday.
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Published on April 9, 2019 -  00:30
May Considers Letting Lawmakers Create Brexit Deal
Reuters reports British Prime Minister Theresa May is considering introducing legislation that would allow lawmakers to create a Brexit deal among themselves, in case talks with the opposition Labour party fail. The Guardian reported on Tuesday that the withdrawal agreement bill could be an attempt to avoid another β€˜meaningful vote’ on May’s deal in parliament. The withdrawal agreement bill could be used to ratify the Brexit deal.

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