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Prime Minister May Could Alter Brexit Strategies, Said Ress-Mogg


07/16/2018


The present Brexit plans of May could endanger Britain-U.S. trade future, agrees Ress-Mogg.



A “eurosceptic lawmaker” presenting Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa May’s Conservative Party was quoted for criticising the Prime Minister for her plans of retaining “close trade” bonds with the EU bloc, whereby stating that Prime Minister May could still alter her Brexit strategies.
 
The person to state thus was none other than Jacob Rees-Mogg, who while talking to BBC supported the U.S. President Donald Trump’s statement, whereby the latter has said that the future of trade deal between the U.S and Britain could die if the plans of Prime Minister May were to be followed, which Ress-Mogg found “perfectly reasonable”.
 
When Ress-Mogg was asked if he could alter the plans of May without “changing the prime minister herself”, his reply was, as quoted by Reuters:
“Yes I think that’s possible. The prime minister has changed her mind before ... and we need to get back to what she said at Lancaster House which was a very good blueprint for leaving.”
 
 
References:
reuters.com







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