May warns MPs not to reject Brexit deal - USA

US President Donald Trump is warning that the Brexit deal struck with the European Union could hamper trade between London and Washington

US President Donald Trump is warning that the Brexit deal struck with the European Union could hamper trade between London and Washington

After securing a deal with the European Union at the weekend, May has launched a nationwide campaign to drum up support for her agreement, although she was left embarrassed after U.S. President Donald Trump said it sounded like a good deal for the European Union.

"My deal delivers for every corner of the United Kingdom and I will work hard to strengthen the bonds that unite us as we look ahead to our future outside of the European Union".

The Labour leader said he would "relish a head-to-head" with the prime minister to discuss the Withdrawal Agreement she brought back from Brussels.

"We will have an independent trade policy and we will be able to negotiate trade deals with countries around the rest of the world", May.

Dismissing the prime minister's deal as "damaging to the Scottish people and therefore unacceptable to the Scottish government", Sturgeon said on Tuesday that the SNP would support whichever of two alternatives could command a cross-party majority.

"After we leave the European Union in March next year, we will take up our independent seat at the (World Trade Organisation) where we will play an active role in negotiations and be strong advocates for the rules-based global trading system", the blog said.

The groundwork for an "ambitious" agreement with the USA has been laid in five meetings of joint working groups, the spokesman said.

The leaders gathered in Brussels on Sunday morning to sign off the terms of Britain's withdrawal and an outline political declaration on the future relationship.

Labour say they plan to oppose May's deal in parliament and that if they were to win power they would strike a trade deal with the European Union focussed on protecting jobs.

However, she faces a seemingly impossible task to get her deal through Parliament, with the latest estimates suggesting MPs will vote against it by a margin of three to two.

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There will be 5 days of debate before MPs will decide whether to back May's deal.

The vote has already been debated since details of the Brexit deal were published last week by the British government.

Jeremy Corbyn's Labour party has the support of more 16-34 year old's than May's Conservatives do and 74% of that demographic regularly watch the jungle show and so may not forfeit their viewing for the debate.

"Any debate must include an advocate of a clean Brexit who wants to fully deliver on the wishes of the British people".

May added: "Exactly how it might be done, if he takes it up, would be a matter for the broadcasters to determine".

"Generally people who get involved in politics get involved because they want to make a difference and use the democratic process to get good outcomes for citizens".

It is not clear when the ECJ will give its ruling, but Cherry was optimistic it would come before British lawmakers are due to vote on the deal.

According to the economic analysis revealed on Monday, May's Brexit deal is likely to result in substantial long-term economic costs in a range of 700 to 1,100 pounds ($900 to $1400) per person each year compared with staying in the EU.

Looking towards December 11, May said there is a choice the House of Commons will have to make.

But Downing Street sources said they were not aware of the Prime Minister seeking to speak to Labour MPs thought to be considering backing her deal.

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