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Teresa may face the baking of senior deputies on her Brexit agenda

Theresa May will face cramps by senior MPs on her Brexit agenda while seeking support for her co-operation with Brussels.

The prime minister is expected to receive an intensive examination from the community liaison committee, which comes after the Bank of England warned it would leave the EU without an agreement can lead to economic collapse.

The agreement, Ms. May, was reportedly supported by prominent leader Brexiteer and Commons by Andrea Leads.

The paper submitted an amendment on the proposal of the government to approve the Brussels agreement of Ms. Mej, in an attempt to block the beaten "Brexit" prime minister.

Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May
Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May

Jeremy Corbyn announced this move because the government has discovered that the MPs will have 40 hours – five days eight hours – debates, starting December 4, in a big voice on December 11th.

Deputies will be able to drop six amendments to the ruling "meaningful vote" by Brexit's proposal, and Chair John Bercow will elect the amendments to be discussed and voted.

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Bank of England warns of collapse "without agreement"

Labor says its amendment calls on the parliament to:

:: Reject the "bad Brexit contract" of Therese May because it does not protect jobs and living standards, labor rights and environmental standards – or provides sufficient guarantees for national security
:: Prevent the chaos in the UK to deal with the EU without any agreement
:: Hold all the options on the table to protect the United Kingdom from the scenario without agreement, and general elections are the best outcome for the country

The party says that its amendment meets the obligations of the Labor Party Conference to counter each agreement that Tori returned, who fails to fulfill his six tests, and to protect the country from the consequences of the scenario without agreement.

However, there is no change in the second referendum, despite the shadow of Chancellor John McDonnell, who earlier indicated that it was "inevitable" if Labor was unable to implement general elections.

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Announcing the submission of the amendment, Mr. Corbyn said: "It will work to counter Theresa May's broke Brexit agreement that jeopardizes the affairs, rights and lives of people.

"There is a reasonable agreement that could be supported by parliament, based on a comprehensive customs union, with a British statement in future trade agreements and a strong agreement on a single market that protects labor rights and environmental protection and helps us to restore our economies and expand our public services.

"However, Theresa May is the worst of all the world's agreements, a kilometer away from delivering it."

The opposition leader added: "This is a miserable failure of negotiations by the government that has spent the past two years in the fight with it, instead of securing better agreement with the EU.

"The Tories have no right to inflict chaos that would follow extinction outside the European Union without agreement, so we will work with all parties in the parliament not to oppose any business."


PMQs: May and Corbyn fight against the Brexit contract

While Labor still does not stop demanding a second referendum, two prominent pro-Remaining officials, former ministers Justine Greening and Jo Johnson, will increase their demands for a new poll at the People's Vote event.

Mr Greening, who calls for a "consensus referendum," states in a document listing his proposals: "Theresa May has negotiated an agreement that apparently fails to command parliamentary support.

"We are entering the key week of debate, and yet there is no alternative route to command the support of the parliament.

"This means, as I said earlier this year in July, the parliament was blocked for the way of further future relations with the EU.

"The Parliament can not find a consensus on Britain's need, so it's the only reasonable and correct solution to get Brexit's final decision out of the frozen politicians, far from arranging in prisons and returning people to decide."

Ms. Greening says there are three practical Brexit options, and the public should be asked to choose among them. They are:

:: Agreement on negotiations with the government
:: Be in the EU
:: Leave without agreement

Proposals by the former Education Secretary are likely to be set up for MPs in amendments between the parties submitted by Pro-Remain's deputies.

Mr. Johnson, who suddenly left his job as transport minister earlier this month, said that Conservatives risk an electoral catastrophe on the scale since 1997, if they would support Ms. May's plans.

"This is the worst of all the words," he claims. "There is a natural opportunity, now that the agreement is agreed, to check whether the country wants to continue on this basis.

"Now is the time to ensure that we have public support for this important decision in the history of our nation.

"The reputation of a conservative party for economic competence would be undermined by the failed Brexit, especially what their own analysis would suggest would cause economic damage.

"Brexit is seen as a project led by the Conservative Party, and this half-hearted, worst of all the worlds of Brexit could cause an electoral defeat on the scale of 1997, or worse, with this" Tori Brexit "albatross around our door for years to come."

Former Cabinet Minister Hilary Benn, who chairs the Brexit election committee, also said he plans to file an amendment on the government's proposal.

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