Brexit Secretary David Davis Urges MPs To Pass Bill Unchanged In Commons

April 17, 2023 9:10 pm0 commentsViews: 185

Brexit secretary David Davis has lately urged the MPs to pass the bill unchanged when it is debated on Monday in the House of Commons.

If the Brexit bill is passed unchanged on Monday, British Prime Minister Theresa May could trigger Article 50 for the withdrawal of United Kingdom from European Union as early as Tuesday.

Meanwhile, May is learned saying she would prefer walking away than to agree to any “bad deal” in the process.

It is also learned Davis may call on the Commons to consider voting that guarantees EU citizens’ rights in Britain.

He added, “However they voted in the referendum, the majority of people now want the prime minister to be able to get on with the job.”

Earlier it was said the British economy may be weaken further in 2018 while Brexit talks is in progress.

The European Union Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Mosoovici said, “With uncertainty at such high levels, it’s more important than ever that we use all policy tools to support growth.”

The economic growth of United Kingdom could slump to 1.2 percent in 2018. It was 3.1 percent in 2014.

Releasing a Winter Economic Forecast last month the EU said it is not yet clear the intentions of United States president Donald Trump as his moves are still filled with uncertainty.


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