Theresa May PLEDGES to deliver the Brexit deal Brits voted for despite Tory rebels

THERESA May has vowed Tory rebels will not stop her delivering the Brexit that British voters want.

Paul Donnelley


Theresa May and Philip Hammond


VOW: PM Theresa May pledged Tory rebels won’t stop her delivering the Brexit Brits want

She said: “I will not be derailed from my duty to deliver your democratic decision.”

And she vowed to “take back control of our borders, money and laws”.

Mrs May reached a compromise over her determination to ensure that the date of our departure – March 29, 2019 – is written into law.

But she was beaten over an Opposition bid to give MPs a “meaningful vote” in Parliament on Brexit. 

Philip Hammond


AGAINST HARD BREXIT: Chancellor Philip Hammond is in favour of a ‘soft’ Brexit

She also faces a struggle with Chancellor Philip Hammond who is in favour of a “soft” Brexit that would see the UK sticking to Brussels rules.

Ex-Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith said: “The Chancellor’s comments are not Government policy, which he should stick to.”

But EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said the bloc will not create a special deal for Britain.

He said: “They have to realise there won’t be any cherry picking. 

Michel Barnier


TOUGH: Michel Barnier has stated the the EU will not create a special deal for the UK

“We won’t mix up the various scenarios to create a specific one and accommodate their wishes.

“No way.

“They have to face the consequences of their own decision.”

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