Theresa May: Cabinet has backed draft Brexit plan – BBC News Video News

Theresa May Full Statement:
In a statement outside 10 Downing Street after a five-hour Cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Theresa May said that Cabinet has agreed the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement.

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Mrs May said she believed the draft agreement was “the best that could be negotiated”.

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43 thoughts on “Theresa May: Cabinet has backed draft Brexit plan – BBC News Video News

  1. She cannot do anything right , because she was weak from the beginning and not committed .
    She has lost the goodwill of the people , politically she is toast , lost control of the party ' people and next election .
    She was a career politician , that made a mistake thinking the great british public , could be hood winked and sold down the river to the likes of Pisshead junker & evil Donald tusk

  2. I hope you planned for the riots in your brexit plan Mrs May. You spineless witch. You should remember we will have another vote in the next General Election. I can see the Conservatives sat in the opposition seats for many years to come.

  3. Leave without a deal go and trade with many other outside the EU. VW are overpriced, french cars are shit we do better cheese and wine doesn’t just come from France. It’s only the middle class and posh that fear change because there overpriced houses might not be worth as much and they might have to pay employees a decent wage. When your in the upper classes you just don’t understand sometimes to get what and where you want often you have to start from the bottom and not fear the challenge. We will be at the bottom for trade deals at first but a large population and stable economy will see us climb. Working class are used to this we have done it all our lives we don’t own 1 home let alone 2. We have clapped out cars some rely on food banks others are paid the same wages as the 90’s. Britain be brave we are being punished for wanting to be the leaders of our own destiny. Fuck em

  4. Difficult days ahead? More like bloody years!

    The issues for most can be resolved much easier as remaining part of the EU. Let us tackle the immigration issue, or as most Brexit supporters would know it: "Get those bloody foreigners out of my country!". The best way to resolve this issue is to remove the need for people to want to come to Britain. You can still do this with free movement of people, it just takes time and investment, money which as one of the strongest economies in the world, we can afford to spend. The solution is simple. Improve the standard of living in the country in which they currently live. The UK is a bright shining beacon: It offers safety, security, universal healthcare, good income and one of the highest standards of education in the world! By reducing the disparity between what the UK offers and what is available in their home countries this makes the need to come to Britain less attractive. Why move here when it is not greatly better at home. It is that simple. It will take time, it will take effort, but the whole of Europe, including the UK will be better because of it. Brexit will damage all of these benefits, it will harm these things which we currently enjoy.

    Delivering Brexit will reduce immigration, because of damage that it will do. It will make the UK a less attractive place to live, and because of that more people will leave. And not just people but industries too. Because we are not going to have access to a low-cost workforce, which means that prices will rise. The skilled workers will want more because there will be fewer of them. This is the basic law of supply and demand. If the demand remains the same but the supply is lower, then the cost goes up. Brexit will be the biggest blow British economy in recent history.

    I urge you all to demand the right to a second referendum, then vote to remain. Britain will be stronger because of it. We will get to continue to shape the laws that govern our country, improve the lives of millions of people, both here and abroad, and furthermore get live in an economy which can better afford the benefits which we already enjoy!

  5. All of the people who voted Brexit thank you thank you very much πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ–•

  6. This is not a brexit deal we asked for we asked to leave not to remain apart of the Customs Union in the EU it does not deliver freedom but still oppression… We leave the EU in all mannors no matter how we do it

  7. All the histrionics from both sides, and the media exploiting it for their own commercial gain and perpetuating is so stupid. Everyone caught in a whirlwind of doom. How on earth can May come up with anything that is going to to satisfy the country if they're split in 2…why can't people get that it's simple logic. I wish people from all sides would start behaving and stop making us look so stupid. This country with Or without Brexit still seems to be an amazing place with people from so many countries loving it and dreading returning….let's get some perspective…

  8. I'm not a fan of the conservatives, never have been, but I actually feel sorry for May, yes she wanted to stay, but she was put in this position and has been trying to sort out this mess, no I don't think she's really tough enough, but she has stuck it out, unlike so many who have abandoned ship, look at all the cowards who started it all in the first place, they just bogged off the first chance they got, even Cameron who said he'd stay and help until he had to go, then bolted off instead! There's a lot of you out there who think they could run the country better, but I doubt it as we all got conned, when the leave or stay campaign started none of us pushed enough for the government to explain on either side what the outcome would really be, we didn't look into it deep enough, instead we all got caught up in all the hype and it wasn't explained clearly which is their fault , but maybe we should have thought what do we really want and think carefully about the pros and cons. We still have the chance now to protest to make sure we really know what the outcome of this deal is and I mean really know, otherwise we're just going to get lost all over again.

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