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Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May has revealed her new promised date for Brexit, asking the European Union, Parliament, and the British people to trust her to deliver by the new June 30th deadline despite her having previously promised a departure in March over 100 times.
The UK Parliament voted in favour of an extension to the Article 50 process last week, which in effect means cancelling the legally enshrined March 29th Brexit date and entering into further negotiations with the European Union to set a new time for Britain to officially leave the bloc in the future.
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The Prime Minister wrote to the European Commission Wednesday morning to make that request, working to enable the British political classes to undermine the promises made to deliver Brexit after the 2016 referendum.
Speaking in Parliament Wednesday, Theresa May said: “As Prime Minister, I couldn’t consider a date beyond the 30th of June.”
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However, speaking at Prime Minister’s Questions, veteran Brexiteer Peter Bone pointed out the duplicity in the Prime Minister’s claims, noting the frequency with which she had already promised a March date to Parliament — revealing she had said so in the chamber 108 times. He said Wednesday:
In June 2016, the country voted to leave the European Union. In February 2017, this house voted by a majority of 384 to trigger Article 50. The Prime Minister in this house has said 108 times that we will be leaving the European Union on the 29th of March.
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Last week, two thirds of her MPs voted against any extension to Article 50. Prime Minister, if you continue to apply for an extension to Article 50, you will be betraying the British people. If you don’t, you will be honouring their instruction. Prime Minister, it is entirely down to you. History will judge you at this moment. Prime Minister;...
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