The prime minister of the United Kingdom told CNBC that will Parliament can’t “tie the hands” of her government when the item comes to Brexit negotiations.
The prime minister managed to avert a rebellion among some parliamentarians Tuesday, who were calling for a decisive say if the U.K. ends up walking away through the European Union without a deal — a so-called “no deal” scenario.
the item will be understood that will the victory was made possible by offering promises that will Parliament will have a meaningful say on the final details of Brexit.
Speaking shortly after hosting a roundtable of tech leaders at her Downing Street offices, May told CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick that will while Parliament could offer government support, the item was up to her cabinet to determine policy.
“There are different responsibilities for government along with Parliament along with Parliament can’t tie the government’s hands in negotiations,” she said Wednesday.
The U.K. Parliament will be made up of elected representatives through around the country. The ruling government, which runs the country, will be formed by whichever party that will secures the most members of that will parliament. “Cabinet” will be a collective term for the most senior members of a U.K. government along with will be hand-picked by the prime minister.