Published: Thu, June 21, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Setting up new showdown, Britain's May rejects Brexit proposal

Setting up new showdown, Britain's May rejects Brexit proposal

Davis and Prime Minister Theresa May have argued that they can not accept anything which gives parliament the power to bind their hands in negotiations with the European Union, or opens the door to lawmakers overturning the result of the 2016 Brexit referendum.

"MPs now face a decisive vote on Wednesday to guarantee Parliament has a proper role in the Brexit negotiations and to take the threat of no deal off the table once and for all".

The House of Lords wants to give MPs a greater say over the Brexit process.

A new version of the former attorney general's amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill which would secure a meaningful vote for parliament - dubbed Grieve II - was passed by the Lords again last night.

"This is the end stage of the detailed consideration of a piece of legislation", he told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme.

Grieve said. "I'd urge (Brexit minister) David Davis".

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Mr Grieve said: "What I said, which was rather typically misinterpreted by some sections of the press, was - would not rejecting a deal potentially lead to the collapse of the government - and I said yes".

"Our original amendment struck the right balance between respecting the tests set out by the government as well as delivering on the aims of Dominic Grieve's own amendment".

This appeal was approved with 354 votes in favor and 235 against and is similar to one debated last week by the Commons, who rejected it after a series of promises made by Prime Minister Theresa May.

Last week, the prime minister avoided defeat on the issue - but the would-be rebels said they were not happy with the concessions they were subsequently offered in return for not voting against the government.

Mrs May insisted she was a woman of her word and had listened to rebels' concerns and acted on them.

But she added: "Parliament can not tie the hands of government in negotiations".

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Last week, Conservative backbenchers that do not agree with the "no deal is better than a bad deal" position reached a compromise with the government. last week The UK prime minister promised a "meaningful vote", in the event there was no deal with the European Union by November 2018.

They want Parliament to be given more powers if no deal is agreed, or if the agreement May makes with Brussels is deemed unacceptable by MPs.

He said on Tuesday: "But we can not accept the amendment on meaningful vote agreed in the Lords".

However, the motion will be unamendable, which means MPs won't be able to insert a requirement for Mrs May to renegotiate her Brexit deal, extend the transition phase or revoke our withdrawal under Article 50.

"We have to have the Government having the position to have the best negotiating position possible, so we can get the best deal for the United Kingdom".

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