Dutch Prime Minister Says Brexit Deal 'Not Up For Renegotiation'
Friday, 24 May 2019 () Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Friday the European Union would never reopen negotiations on the Brexit divorce deal with whoever succeeds Theresa May as British premier, the French news agency AFP reported. "The withdrawal agreement is not up for renegotiation," Rutte told a news conference in The Hague hours after May announced her resignation after having failed three times to get parliament to pass the deal. Rutte said uncertainty over Brexit had now "increased rather than decreased" but insisted the Netherlands remains prepared for any situation "including a no-deal scenario." Rutte's line is the hardest yet by an EU leader, and it will come as a blow to the front runners to...
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says his party will not be supporting Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal when she puts it to Parliament for the fourth time, describing it as a “rehash of what was discussed before”. Mrs May has set out a 10-point compromise package ahead of a final attempt to...
According to Business Insider, "Boris Johnson is running to be prime minister on a platform of being able to "unite" the United Kingdom after Brexit. However, he previously published a poem calling for..
Campaigners for a second Brexit referendum are planning another mass protest in London ahead of the date on which Britain is due to leave the European Union in... Reuters Also reported by •Bangkok Post •Sify
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The European Union and its member states will not be prepared to renegotiate the Brexit deal agreed between London and Brussels whoever the next British Prime... Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India •Sify