Tuesday, 23 July, 2019

Johnson admits he doesn't know details of his Brexit Plan B

Former UK PM Major vows legal action to block suspension of parliament Thousands of jobs at risk in event of no-deal: Minister
Deanna Wagner | 14 July, 2019, 07:14

Mr Clark warned over jobs in an interview on Sky News yesterday.

"If we have a deal, if it's clear to us and to the Europeans there's a deal to be done, then of course I would go for that and if it took a little bit - you know, a few extra days - to get it through parliament".

Up to 160,000 Conservative Party members are voting for their next party leader and Prime Minister to replace outgoing leader Theresa May.

"It is vital it is done by a new prime minister to reset relations with White House", Mr Tice wrote on Thursday, adding that Sir Kim Darroch's replacement should be a "pro-Brexit businessperson who can accelerate free trade talks".

However, Bercow's spokeswoman said he had not been contacted about any "sit-in" plan.

"I remorse working a campaign that wasn't indubitably me", she said.

Former British Prime Minister John Major has stated that he would be willing to go to court to block a new leader from delivering a no-deal Brexit by suspending parliament.

Work and pensions secretary Amber Rudd accepted on Thursday that no deal would have to be "part of the armoury" for negotiations with the European Union, in a move apparently created to preserve her chances of a job in the new administration.

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To repeat, leaving without a deal is not actually what he prefers, but Mr.

"Good cabinet government depends on collective responsibility and on what is said within the cabinet room. staying there", she said. Asked how many jobs could be lost, he replied: "It's many thousands of jobs. I think this is leading to a huge erosion of trust in politics".

"You know if you become less efficient and your ability to trade is impeded then, of course, losing your competitiveness means that there will be jobs that will be lost".

"It is because Parliament may try and take a no deal Brexit off the table altogether and so I think - my commitment is that I think I'm the best person to get a deal and if we get a deal it will be on or around the 31st of October but I can't control what Parliament does and that's why I'm being honest with people about the difficulties". Clark said he would not "trim and chop and change my views" on the dangers of no deal in order to preserve his place in government.

"A no-deal Brexit would be enormously damaging and I will do everything I can to persuade my colleagues to avoid that and get a good deal".

She said she had achieved an "enormous amount" in three years in the job.

It had been, she said, "incredibly frustrating" that MPs on both side of the Lumber away-Reside divide had "obtained so model of entrenched that they correct had been no longer prepared to make that compromise that might well enable us to glean the bulk to glean this through". "That's one of the reasons she has worked incredibly hard to enable the United Kingdom to leave with a deal".

Sharing screen space, Boris Johnson, Hunt's rival and the frontrunner in the leadership contest, said the United Kingdom would leave by October 31 "come what may", and that if this did not happen it would lead to "a huge erosion of trust in politics".