U.K., EU agree on draft Brexit deal

U.K., EU agree on draft Brexit deal


now Britain and the European Union have
agreed to new terms for the UK to eggs of the block paving the way for a
blockbuster vote in the UK Parliament Saturday British Prime Minister Boris
Johnson is brilliant with confidence at least outwardly but is pleading with
lawmakers from all parties to follow the will of the British people and back his
brexit deal our Eason Jay has more the leaders of the United Kingdom and the
European Union on Thursday unanimously endorsed a new brexit divorce deal ahead
of the October 31st deadline for Britain to leave the EU speaking at a news
conference in Brussels British Prime Minister Boris Johnson stressed the
importance of the deal and what it would mean for both the UK and the EU what a
stress that this is a great deal for our country for the UK I also believe it’s a
very good deal for our friends in the EU and what it means is that we in the UK
can come out of the EU as one United Kingdom England Scotland Wales Northern
Ireland are together and it means we can decide our future together we can decide
we can take that control as the phrase goes of our money our borders our laws
together and we will be able to do free-trade agreements around the world
however getting the necessary votes at home will be a tall task for the prime
minister who was one of the faces of the 2016 campaign to leave the EU Johnson
brushed off suggestions that he won’t be able to persuade enough lawmakers to
pass the deal this weekend after his allies in Parliament Northern Ireland’s
Democratic Unionist Party rejected the deal despite having to overcome that
hurdle the prime minister said he was feeling positive and I’m very confident
that when my colleagues in Parliament study this agreement that they will want
to vote for it on on Saturday and then in in succeeding days European
Commission President jean-claude Juncker all
insisted a deal must be made and that there would be no further extension I
hope it will convince EP Johnson and his team hope the thread of Britain leaving
without a deal on his October 31st deadline will concentrate mines in
Parliament which has rejected agreements negotiated by his predecessor Teresa may
three times which ultimately forced her to resign earlier this year
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