The Brexit vote should not be disappointed, and the government should maintain an "absolute" focus on its implementation, said Teresa May. The Prime Minister said that when her talks with the EU reached their final stage, "the worst thing we could do was to lose our focus"
But Ms. Mei said that there should be no party "cleansing" of deputies with different views.
On the eve of the Commons vote next week, Greg Clark, Amber Rudd, and David Gake told Daily Mail that they would be ready to challenge the prime minister and vote for a delay.
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However, the government has repeatedly refused to exclude it and may leave the UK without an official agreement if Ms. May can not timely approve the agreement with which she has agreed with Brussels. on Saturday evening came when deputies prepared for a series of votes on Wednesday where they could see the parliament take control of the Brexit process. remain an option.
Mr. Clarke, business secretary, together with Mrs. Rudd, the Secretary of Labor and Pensions, and Justice Secretary, Mr. Hauke, previously said they would be ready to challenge Ms. May and vote for Brexit's delay.
They argued that "simply there will not be time to agree the deal and complete all the necessary laws" if the deal is not approved in the coming days.
An amendment introduced by former Minister Tori Sir Oliver Levitin and Iveta Cooper will allow Parliament to postpone Brexit and prevent a situation that does not apply to the agreement unless an agreement with the EU is reached by mid-March.
But Ms. Mei told activists: "Our focus on providing Brexit should be absolute."
] "We should not, and will not, upset what was the largest democratic exercise in the history of this country. At the last stage of this process the worst thing we could do was to lose our concentration. "
Ms. Mei also said that there should not be any steps to cancel the election of deputies because of their views on Brexit.
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1; Ani Subri, Heidi Allen and Sarah Wollaston – for joining the group ne Workers in the new independent group reduced the working majority of the Tories to eight in Parliament.
Ms. Mei said: No one becomes more disappointed than me when people vote against the whip, especially given the rigid parliamentary arithmetic that we are confronted with.
"But we are not a party of cleansing and retaliation. We called the referendum and allow people to express their views – so we should not try to cancel the choice of any of our deputies because of their views on Brexit.
"Our party is by right a broad church – on this and other issues."
It is expected that Ms. May will negotiate with European Union President Donald Tusk and other key figures of the EU in Egypt later during the summit between the leaders of the EU and the Arab League.
Brexit agreement reached in Sharm el-Sheikh
The summit is the first among the leaders of the EU member states and the Arab League and will focus on addressing security and migration and trade issues.