Over the years, she has been working tirelessly to attain this goal. In a firm call on Saturday, British Prime Minister Theresa May urged all Britons and the general Public to back her, calling on those for and those against, to settle their differences and embrace unity. Addressing the Nation on Sunday, the Prime Minister said Britons should see the country’s withdrawal from the bloc as an opportunity to kick state a era or phase of national ‘’renewal and reconciliation.
May emphasized that the Brexit deal and political declaration which the EU leaders will adopt on Sunday in Brussels on Sunday “will honor the result of the referendum” by enabling the UK to “take back control” of its money, laws and borders.
In her letter she said “It is a deal for a brighter future, which enables us to seize the opportunities that lie ahead”.
The PM reiterated that post Brexit will be an opportunity for the country to take new engagements with others nations by signing new trade deals and as well be exposed to new markets across the globe. Addressing the Parliament on Thursday, Theresa May said noted that there was still room for negotiation about the final Brexit deal which she and authorities in Brussels are supposed to present to a summit of EU leaders on Sunday for final endorsement.
With optimism, May believes that the deal she brings from the pending EU summit could go through the parliament so that Britain can leave the European Union on March 29, 2019.
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