May Fears Great Insecurity in UK if Brexit Agreement is Killed in Parliament
In an interview with the British Daily Mail, British Prime Minister Theresa May today warns that Britain will end up in “unfamiliar waters” if MEPs do not approve the Brexit agreement that it has negotiated with Brussels.
“If I say that we end up in unknown waters when this deal is killed, I hope people realise that this is what I believe and for which I am terrified it can happen,” says the British Prime Minister.
“It would cause great uncertainty in the nation, with a very high risk of the Brexit not going or leaving the European Union without agreement.”
May is struggling with an uprising of MPs within her own Conservative Party. It seems unlikely that she will gather enough votes to lock the deal Tuesday through parliament.