UK PM Theresa May says focused on December 11 Brexit vote, not alternatives
Updated : November 30, 2018 09:31 AM IST
May secured an agreement with European Union leaders on Sunday that will see Britain leave the bloc in March next year with continued close trade ties, but the odds look stacked against her getting it through a deeply divided British parliament.
May has said that if lawmakers reject the agreement it could see the world’s fifth-largest economy leaving the bloc without a deal, or even not leaving at all.
May said that if her plan was voted down by parliament the government and businesses would have to make decisions about implementing preparations for no deal.
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