Theresa May has told MPs there might not be a third vote on her Brexit deal next week if there is insufficient support for it to pass.
Between 3 and 5% is the decrease of the early registrations for the active summer season in Albena…60 Views | the publication reaches you by | Bulgarian Business Club
Supporters of another EU referendum are due to march through central London later.
Meanwhile, an online petition calling for the UK to remain in the EU has attracted a record number of signatures.
By 11:32 GMT, the total number of signatures calling for Article 50 to be revoked stood at 4,151,815 – beating the previous record reached by another Brexit-related petition in 2016.
If Mrs May’s deal is approved by MPs next week, the EU has agreed to extend the Brexit deadline until 22 May. If it is not – and no alternative plan is put forward – the UK is set to leave the EU on 12 April.
In a letter to all MPs on Friday evening, Mrs May offered to talk to MPs over the coming days “as Parliament prepares to take momentous decisions”.
She said there were now four “clear choices”. These were:
Children’s minister Nadhim Zahawi told the Today programme failing to support Mrs May’s deal would lead to a “meltdown in our politics, not just for the Conservative party but for all parties”.
He said all the other alternatives would require MPs asking for a much longer extension, which Mrs May has said she is not prepared for.
Indicating he would stand down if Mrs May’s deal is not voted for, Mr Zahawi said he “cannot justify” going to his constituents and saying:
“We failed to deliver this and that now we are having to stay in the EU and go into European elections.”
Mrs May also confirmed in her letter that the government would change the law to officially change the UK’s departure date from the EU next week.
Bulgaria ranks fifth among the 28 member states of the European Union on economic growth. In the first…49 Views | the publication reaches you by | Bulgarian Business Club
Do you have information you want to reach our readers?