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Brexit may get lost if the deal is rejected, says Jeremy Hunt

Media playback not supported on your device Media script Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt tells Andrew Marr, the Conservative party is "in very dangerous waters" Conservative MPs should have returned Theresa Mays deal this week or risk losing Brexit has completely warned Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt. It was "wind in the sail" of the opposite Brexit and the consequences for the party will be "devastating", if not delivered, he said. MPs will vote again on the deal on Tuesday, after refusing it in January. Worker's John McDonnell said it looked like PM had failed to make any changes and it would be rejected again. Britain will leave on March 29, although Parliament has not yet agreed on the terms of revocation. Big Brexit vote: What do I need to know? Analysis: What's next? MEPs will vote for a second time on Tuesday, the May May Compensation Agreement negotiated with the euro If they reject it again, they will have a vote to leave without an agreement, and if it fails, to delay expiration date. Many Conservative Breeders voted against the January agreement on backstop &#821 1; a controversial insurance aimed at preventing physical controls at the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland. But there have been few visible signs of progress on the issue in the future speaking between the EU and UK officials. "Dangerous waters" Hunt told the BBC's Andrew Marr show that some MPs wanted to "kill" the deal to delay Brexit with the ultimate goal of getting a…

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Conservative MPs should have returned Theresa Mays deal this week or risk losing Brexit has completely warned Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt.

It was “wind in the sail” of the opposite Brexit and the consequences for the party will be “devastating”, if not delivered, he said.

MPs will vote again on the deal on Tuesday, after refusing it in January.

Worker’s John McDonnell said it looked like PM had failed to make any changes and it would be rejected again.

Britain will leave on March 29, although Parliament has not yet agreed on the terms of revocation.

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MEPs will vote for a second time on Tuesday, the May May Compensation Agreement negotiated with the euro

If they reject it again, they will have a vote to leave without an agreement, and if it fails, to delay expiration date.

Many Conservative Breeders voted against the January agreement on backstop &#821

1; a controversial insurance aimed at preventing physical controls at the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland.

But there have been few visible signs of progress on the issue in the future speaking between the EU and UK officials.

“Dangerous waters”

Hunt told the BBC’s Andrew Marr show that some MPs wanted to “kill” the deal to delay Brexit with the ultimate goal of getting a new referendum on the problem.

“Within three weeks they could have two of the three things,” he said, adding that the position of the workplace made the third more likely.


He said, “We are in very dangerous waters and people who want to ensure that we really do deliver this result must remember that if it fails … they will say,” There was a party that promised to deliver. Brexit, we put them in No. 10 and they failed “and the consequences for us as a party, would be devastating.”

He added: “We have an opportunity to leave on March 29 or shortly thereafter. And it is very important that we understand this possibility because there is wind in the sails where people try to stop Brexit. “

If Parliament approves May’s recall agreement next week and the United Kingdom leaves the EU on March 29, a transitional period will begin when the two sides will try to agree on a comprehensive trade agreement.

If a trade agreement is not approved by the end of the transition period, the “backstop” plan is intended to maintain an open border on the island of Ireland.

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It would keep Britain in a “common customs area” with the EU and leave Northern Ireland on the EU internal market for goods.

But some MEPs are afraid that its current form – backstop may leave the UK bound to the EU index initially.

On Friday, Mrs May EU urged her to help her get the deal by solving backstop concerns.

But shadow chancellor John McDonnell told the BBC: “It looks like she’s returning the same thing so it looks like we’re going to have the same results and it’s going to be thrown.”

He said the party’s priority this week would be stopping Theresa May “pushing any kind of Brexit deal that will hurt our finances and undermine jobs” and whether it meant a delay to allow a discussion on the deal. Instead, work “so is it”.

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He also denied that Work Support’s support to keep the possibility of another referendum open had been placed on the backburner and added: “If Parliament cannot agree if we have to break logjam, yes, we will keep the opportunity to return to the people . “

And he said he believed that the Alternative Brexit Agreement of Labor could agree with the EU” within a few weeks “but said any delayed request would be” as long as necessary “.

Work policy is to seek a permanent customs union with the EU after Brexit, which would allow the UK to “say” in future trade agreements. McDonnell said the EU had “seen positively” on the proposal.

On Friday, the EU said it would give “legal force” to insurance that it has already made on the recall and its main negotiator Michel Barnier tweeted that the United Kingdom could leave a proposed common customs territory with EU provided Northern Ireland with it.

Municipal Manager Andrea Leadsom said she was deeply disappointed with the EU proposal, which has already been rejected by the British Government.

The Brexit Secretary was not “time to recover old arguments”.

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