"Brexit continues to mean Brexit": May presses on with her plan

"Brexit continues to mean Brexit": May presses on with her plan

Johnson, who led the main Brexit campaign in the 2016 referendum, resigned over May's strategy, triggering the government's biggest crisis since she lost her parliamentary majority after calling a snap election previous year.

Another added: "I don't think they will need to tear up the whole white paper, but there's a lot of technical things they need to [change], and [they need to] get rid of the ambiguity they were trying to hide behind".

In a withering assessment, the former Foreign Secretary told MPs that Britain is heading for "economic vassalage" and warned that "a fog of self-doubt" has descended over the prime minister's premiership.

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May is shown on July 9 speaking in the House of Commons after the resignations of Boris Johnson and David Davis became public.

'It is not too late to save Brexit, ' Mr Johnson said.

"We can't rely on anything", said Warren East, CEO of United Kingdom engine maker Rolls Royce, who said his firm could start stockpiling parts soon if it looked like Britain was heading towards a disorderly exit from the EU.

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Theresa May faced claims from her backbenchers of deciding "Brexit means Remain" before Jeremy Corbyn slammed the "war" raging inside the Conservative Party.

Mr Davies said that Tories faced losing power to Jeremy Corbyn's Labour if they failed to deliver the Brexit which the country voted for in the 2016 European Union referendum. That is the deadline when a transition period is due to end after Britain and the European Union agreed to continue working together after Britain formerly leaves next March.

One government minister said on condition of anonymity that the Conservatives had come to their senses and were backing her Brexit plan.

Their significance was highlighted in a surprise defeat for the government on only their second piece of Brexit legislation, with MPs voting 305 to 301 on a rebel amendment that would lead to the United Kingdom remaining under European Union medicines regulation.

Today, Mrs May faces into her final Prime Minister's Questions of this parliamentary term.

'I always have to look you all in the eye and tell you that I have done what I believe is right for the country and our Party. If we leave that partnership, the NHS would get ground-breaking new drugs like those for cancer, dementia and diabetes long after other parts of the world.

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Such plans would allow Britain to do a "bold, ambitious and comprehensive free trade agreement not just with the European Union... but also to do new trade deals around the world", he said.

The win is the second for May in two days, as her government avoided defeat in Parliament on a separate bill.

"That was the vision of Brexit that we fought for", he said.

But the government's approach to securing victory in parliament has not only deepened divisions in her party, but also raised the issue of trust.

"These nonsenses of threatening general elections, and votes of confidence in the prime minister. bring it on, because I shall be the first in the queue to give my vote of full confidence in the prime minister", Soubry said.

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