The ‘Final Deal’ proposed by Theresa May has received the backing of all member states of the European Union.
The burden of ensuring that the country leaves the European Union by March 2019 has now been placed on the House of Commons.
MP’s will be expected to vote on the final deal, but recent comments suggest that the deal in its current form will not pass through the House of Commons.
The Prime Minister has been criticised by rebellious members of the Conservative Party alongside members of the DUP – without a majority the deal will fail to pass through the House of Commons.
Labour have announced they will vote against the deal when it comes before Parliament.
This is a bad deal for the country and Labour will oppose it in Parliament. pic.twitter.com/JXoMp19n2l
— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) November 25, 2018
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