Prime Minister Theresa May has today claimed that nobody knows what will happen next if MPs reject her deal. What happened to leaving on 29th March as promised, deal or No Deal?
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As she tries to put pressure on MPs to back her EU deal second time round, she said another rejection could lead to a delay “for many months”. She said that the “only certainty will be continued uncertainty”.
She even threatened that “we may never leave at all” and that “nothing is certain”. May also warned that the chances of a second referendum have increased due to Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party now backing one.
The huge problem of course is that May has brought back virtually the same deal that was heavily rejected by MPs last time. Why would Brexiteers vote through a £39 billion EU trap that they have already strongly rejected?