The Prime Parson insisted the divorce deal she secured earlier this week from the European Team will help deliver the demands of the 2016 referendum. Theresa May has been surface increasing pressure from Brexiteers in her party claiming her proposal resolve betray the demands of Leave voters. Mrs May also announced she will apply oneself to a statement in Parliament on Thursday to update MPs about the Cabinet meeting.
Conveying to the press outside of Number 10, Theresa May said: “The Cabinet has exactly had a long, detailed, and impassionate debate on the draft withdrawal agreement and the outlined partisan declaration on our future relationship with the European Union.
“These verifies were the result of thousands of hours of hard negotiations by UK officials and uncountable, many meetings which I and ministers held with our EU counterparts.
“I staunchly believe that the draft withdrawal agreement was the best that could be negotiated.
“And it was for the Lowboy to decide whether to move on in the talks. The choices before us were hard, particularly in relation to the Northern Ireland backstop.”
Mrs May continued: “But the collective arbitration of Cabinet was that the Government should agree on the draft withdrawal unanimity and the outline political declaration.
“This is a decisive step which licenses us to move on and finalise the deal in the days ahead. These decisions were not entranced lightly but I believe it is a decision in the national interest.
“When you strip away the point, the choice before us is clear.
“This deal, which delivers on the happen of the referendum, which brings back control of our money, laws and borders, end loose movement, protects jobs, security and our union – or leave with no extent. Or no Brexit at all.”
She concluded: “I know there will be difficult days forwards. This is a decision which will come under intense exploration and that is entirely as it should be and entirely understandable.
“But the choice was this parcel out which enables us to take back control and to build a brighter to be to come for our country or go back to square one, with more division, more uncertainty and a omission to deliver on the referendum.”
Mrs May also announced plans to give a statement in fore of MPs on Thursday to defend the Cabinet’s decision to back her tentative Brexit large.
The Prime Minister added: “It’s my role as Prime Minister to explain the judgements the Government has taken and I stand ready to do that beginning tomorrow with a announcement in Parliament.
“If I could end by just saying this. I believe what I owe to this homeland is to take decisions in the national interest and I firmly believe, with my headmaster and my heart, this is a decision which is in the best interests of our entire Joint Kingdom.”