UK Prime Minister Theresa May will address House of Commons lawmakers on Tuesday as he wants more time to renegotiate his deal with the European Union.
Four weeks after seeing her deal with the block defeated by the biggest difference in the history of parliament, May met with MPs from the entire political rift on Monday, continuing to seek an agreement that could win the majority in the House of Commons.
May, which is trying to renegotiate the precautionary measure in question to ensure that the Irish border will remain open after Brexit, will introduce Parliament on the progress of negotiations with the EU and outline a proposal that it will put to the MEPs for a debate Thursday.
Just over six weeks before leaving on March 29, this move aims to calm the members of the entire House, who are concerned that it deliberately "runs out of the clock" and risks a potentially catastrophic exit from the situation.
Source: Bloomberg Finance L.P.
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