Scots fishing will be under EU control after Brexit, claims Boris Johnson

Scots fishing will be under EU control after Brexit, claims Boris Johnson

Many lawmakers were also angry over being shown what they described as a summary, not the full legal advice on May's Brexit deal which her government had seen.

The third vote, which is potentially the most damaging for May, was an amendment brought forth by Tory Brexit opponent Dominic Grieve, which lays out what might happen should May's deal be rejected next week.

Liam Fox's parliamentary private secretary reportedly suggested Mrs May could also be faced with resignations by ministerial aides if she does not make last-minute changes to the deal.

In another blow to May, two dozen Conservative lawmakers voted with the opposition Tuesday to force an amendment to Brexit plans that gives lawmakers more say over what happens next if the deal is defeated in Parliament.

The two options on the ballot paper would mean the public would get to choose either the PM's Brexit plan, or remaining in the European Union. Under the plan the United Kingdom would have to join Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland in the European Free Trade Association (Efta), which would then allow it to participate in the European Economic Area (EEA). We have agreed on the deal.

Both sides also worry the deal leaves numerous details of the future relationship to further negotiations that will take place after Britain leaves on March 29. At stake in these maneuvers is Britain's relationship with the European Union post-Brexit: Will Britons be a truly self-governing nation once more, free to enter into trade agreements that benefit us - or will we continue to have Brussels mandarins making our rules and setting our economic agenda?

On BBC's Newsnight, Mr Dodds added: "I don't think a general election at this stage is in the interests of the country".

The EU has never been a mere free-trade bloc like the newly renegotiated NAFTA.

"The agreement that is on the table - the withdrawal agreement and the agreement on the future relationship - are, in our view, the only and best possible to organize an orderly withdrawal". "I don't think that's right".

Ms Lucas said it was "weird" that the Cabinet was not provided with formal legal advice on the backstop until the very day that the Commons voted for it to be released.

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European Union diplomats said unless there is a quick fix and a swift and successful second vote in the British parliament, the case would drag on into 2019, increasing pressure on all sides.

"A lot of the people who are calling for a referendum want that because they hope that there's going to be a different answer", May said.

Others chimed in to point out that despite Patel's claims, according to an annual Global Food Security Index, Ireland has become the second most food secure nation in the world - and exports most of its produce, so it could probably still manage to feed itself in the event of a no-deal Brexit. And then what? Then they will have another say?

"But there isn't anything, I don't believe, that is better".

"I can't understand the hysteria around a People's Vote if you believe in what you are trying to propose", she said. She looks set to lose that vote.

The issue would be taken up again in parliament on Tuesday, Bercow said.

Ms Rudd admitted, however, that she was not certain it could "be done". "We need to be honest with ourselves".

Senior Norwegian politicians have since rejected the idea of Britain being included in this Norway-plus model.

That, Ms Rudd said, "seems plausible not just in terms of the country but in terms of where the MPs are".

Against this fragile and ever-changing background, GBPUSD continues to trade just above 1.2700, around half-a-cent above its recent multi-month low print around 1.2660. "But having an idea to change this deal after two years of negotiation is kind of odd to me".

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