Theresa May Agreement Brexit


What does the agreement say? What bits are controversial? And will it now go through Parliament? During his visit to London last July, Mr Trump took up domestic politics by telling a tabloid that May had ignored her advice on Brexit, that her deal risked destroying a trade deal with the US and that Boris Johnson (who had just resigned as foreign minister) would make a prime minister. He continued to work for Brexit and to advise the EU. After EU leaders granted the UK an extension in April, Mr Trump tweeted that Parliament had rejected Mrs May`s proposal twice, but this time there was a rebound: lawmakers only voted on the withdrawal deal, the legally binding part of the deal. Lawmakers rejected the 585-day withdrawal agreement that defines the UK`s relationship with the European Union by the end of 2020. „A Briton, an Irishman and a Scot go to a bar. The Englishman wants to leave, so everyone has to leave “ ALL: Music „This paranoia,… TITLE: DISPATCH OF NORTHERN IRELAND ALLS: Singing Kassie: How was Northern Ireland taken into account when it was – MATTHEW CROSSAN / LUKE MCLAUGHLIN – I don`t think it was taken into account. JASON FEENAN: Brexit is the UK`s exit according to Britain`s wishes. MATTHEW: (When Article 50 was actually triggered) The exact words that Theresa May used was that, because of the request- the THERESA MAY file: According to the wishes of the British people, the United Kingdom leaves the European Union MATTHEW: Britain is composed of Scotland, England and Wales. And the UK is made up of Scotland, England and Wales and Northern Ireland. (MAP) Even in their language, it shows that he didn`t think much about it the first time. MATTHIEU: I find it hard to see positive results for northern Ireland. But it didn`t last long. The issue of Northern Ireland and its border has thwarted the Brexit negotiations.

We came here to understand why. And understand the consequences for the people who live here. Since the last century, Northern Ireland has been grappling with its identity, torn between Protestants who see themselves as British Unionists and Catholics who most often identify as Irish nationalists. This gap has led to years of conflict. In 1968, the Catholic minority opposed the control of the Unionists and the British, triggering 30 years of brutal religious violence, known here as The Troubles. In 1998, the two sides met as part of the Good Friday Agreement, creating a somewhat unique reality here. Northern Ireland would continue to be part of the United Kingdom, but would also completely open its border with the rest of Ireland. But the story of The Troubles is inescapable. There are murals everywhere. And the neighborhoods are encoded in color along the sectarian lines. Here in Londonderry or Derry, depending on who is asked, there are walls that separate Protestants from Catholics.

And the doors are closed every night. For the punk band Touts, this mentality, us and them, has scored more than his music. I`ve lived here for 22 years – all my life, basically, and there are places in Derry that I`ve never been, or I`ve never been. I think it`s crazy. MIRIAM WHYTE: Well, it`s kind of rough, because it`s the Bogside, most often Catholic, there is here, which is clearly the most Protestant territory, but very divided, even if it tries to do what you want if you want, integration or whatever.


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