As politicians continue to oppose the agreement that Theresa May has struck with the bloc, the Prime Minister was seen downplaying her resignation speculations as she told media that she’s confident she’ll still have a job after the crucial vote next week.
I enjoyed talking to @Schofe and @RochelleHumes about why the Brexit deal is the best one for the future of our country. #BackTheBrexitDeal pic.twitter.com/1D7IykFez0
— Theresa May (@theresa_may) December 3, 2018
I will still have a job in two weeks’ time,” May said in an interview with ITV today when asked if she would quit if she lost the vote.
“My job is making sure that we do what the public asked us to: we leave the EU but we do it in a way that’s good for them.”
Losing the Brexit vote in parliament on December 11 would leave the UK facing a messy, economically damaging “no-deal” Brexit on March 29 and could topple the Conservative prime minister, her government, or both.
The Brexit deal explained. #BackTheBrexitDeal pic.twitter.com/HvWdvqHRdo
— Theresa May (@theresa_may) November 23, 2018
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