British Prime Minister Teresa May came to the Arab League and EU member states summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt on February 24, 201
LONDON British Prime Minister Teresa May will on Tuesday propose to formally abandon Brexit's deal in an attempt to avoid an uprising of legislators threatening to seize control over the divorce process, according to The Sun.
Since Britain's maze of crimes in the United Kingdom is shrinking, May is trying to change the divorce package, but legislators will try to take Brexit's control over parliamentary votes on Wednesday.
After the British parliament voted 432-202 against its January deal, the worst defeat in modern British history, in May, it attempted to use the threat of a potentially disruptive Brexit to get deeds from the EU.
But many British lawmakers and some of its own ministers have warned that they will try to seize control over Brexit in order to prevent the spread of the world's economies in the turbulent economic crisis.
May on Tuesday will suggest to his senior cabinet that it formally excludes Brexit without an agreement, opening the door for a delay of weeks or months before the date of release on March 29, the newspaper The Sun reports.
Reuters reported on Monday that the government is considering various options in May, including possible delays.
After meeting with the EU leaders in the Sharm El-Sheikh resort in the Red Sea on Monday, May, he said that the timely outcome was "in our understanding," and insisted that delaying Brexit would not be a way to resolve the deadlock in the parliament in the " Going out. After only a month before Brexit, the final result remains unclear when the scenarios, starting from the last minute to the next referendum, which warned in May, will open the 2016 referendum units again.
The Opposition Labor Party said on Monday that it would support calls for the second referendum on Brexit if Parliament rejects its alternative exit plan.
Guy Folconbridge Report; Editing Kate Holton