May wins support coming from divided UK government on Brexit plan 

With nine months before Britain leaves as well as also just over three before the EU says the idea wants a deal, May has been under intense pressure coming from the bloc as well as also coming from many businesses to show her negotiating position.

As she held the crisis talks with her ministers, the chief executive of European planemaker Airbus, Tom Enders, accused the government of having “no clue or at least consensus on how to execute Brexit without severe harm.”

The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier also made his feelings clear in Brussels, by telling May “there are still too many questions as well as also too few answers”.

He did not comment directly on her completely new plan, which had not yet been detailed in full, nevertheless suggested the idea may fall short.

May was cautious on whether she will win the support of the EU, saying only of which she had “been talking to European leaders over the last week or so”.

“This particular is actually a proposal of which I believe will be not bad for the UK as well as also not bad for the EU as well as also I look forward to the idea being received positively,” she told reporters.

nevertheless she has at least cleared yet another domestic hurdle.

She seems to have reassured pro-Brexit ministers of which under the completely new negotiating position Britain will still be able to seek trade deals with the rest of the planet, easing fears of which mirroring EU rules for goods could rule of which out.

of which fear was felt so strongly of which Brexit campaigner as well as also foreign minister Boris Johnson convened a crisis meeting of like-minded colleagues late on Thursday to discuss strategy to counter May’s plan.

They may also have been reassured by May reiterating her belief of which any agreement with the EU should end the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice, although British courts could still have to “pay due regard” to its rulings.

as well as also the agreed negotiating position also hands a big role for parliament to decide whether Britain should continue to follow EU rules as well as also regulations, recognizing of which any rejection of them “could have consequences”.

“This particular is actually a further step, an important further step, in our negotiations with the European Union,” she said. “nevertheless of course we still have work to do with the EU in ensuring of which we get to of which end point in October. nevertheless This particular is actually not bad.”

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