Cancel Brexit petition passes ONE MILLION signatures

Mae Love
March 22, 2019

She also accused MPs of doing "everything possible to avoid making a choice" on Brexit.

Asked about May's view on revoking Article 50, her spokeswoman said: "That is not something she is prepared to do".

Fears of a no-deal Brexit resulting from the stalled negotiations have been mounting.

The EU leaders have left open that possibility, as long as British MPs set out a clear plan for changing course towards an alternative version of Brexit.

The number of signatures picked up steam following a speech by Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday evening, in which she claimed that the Brexit crisis was not her fault, but rather the fault of politicians who refused to vote for the deal she had negotiated with the EU.

Mrs May said: "Of this, I am absolutely sure: You the public have had enough".

In the statement, the Prime Minister acknowledged the public were "tired of the in-fighting and political games".

An interactive map has emerged of the United Kingdom that shows where a viral petition to cancel Brexit is most popular. "I agree. I'm on your side".

"I think it's really extraordinary behaviour for the Leader of the Opposition to behave in really this kind of very juvenile way when the moment demands that we all step up and engage in some serious dialogue to find our way through this chaos and this mess".

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'He will have to explain his actions'.

SNP MP Stewart McDonald has told Jeremy Corbyn to "get a grip" after his refusal to engage in talks with the Independent Group present.

This will give the Prime Minister the opportunity to lock Britain into the EU for up to two years, but only if he commits to holding EU Parliament elections.

"This isn't Mean Girls".

Mr Corbyn said he did not believe the PM's deal "is a way forward".

Speaking after the meeting, Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable said: 'That is rather a unusual way to behave in a national crisis'.

"[That] is an arrangement where we remain in the single market and we have a customs arrangement with the European Union, and that has not yet been tested [by a vote in parliament]".

Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn travelled to Brussels late on Thursday (AEDT) for talks with European Union leaders, as he tries to marshall a parliamentary majority for a Brexit that keeps Britain much more closely aligned to the EU.

Meanwhile, unless May succeeds in securing a delay to the Article 50 Brexit mechanism - which must be agreed unanimously by all other 27 member-states of the European economic bloc - Britain is in danger of crashing out of the EU without any deal in place.

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