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Theresa May urges MPs to 'break the deadlock' and back cross-party Brexit talks


Theresa May has issued yet another Brexit rallying cry in a bid to convince MPs to push a deal through parliament. Speaking after disappointing local election results for the Conservatives and Labour - which she and Jeremy Corbyn claimed were a message from voters to get on with taking Britain out of the EU - the prime minister said the Commons needed to act with 'fresh urgency' to end the impasse. Writing in the Mail On Sunday, Mrs May said she understood why some Tory colleagues were 'uncomfortable' with her decision to hold cross-party talks to try to secure a deal, but urged them to support her efforts.Theresa May has issued yet another Brexit rallying cry in a bid to convince MPs to push a deal through parliament. Speaking after disappointing local election results for the Conservatives and Labour - which she and Jeremy Corbyn claimed were a message from voters to get on with taking Britain out of the EU - the prime minister said the Commons needed to act with 'fresh urgency' to end the impasse. Writing in the Mail On Sunday, Mrs May said she understood why some Tory colleagues were 'uncomfortable' with her decision to hold cross-party talks to try to secure a deal, but urged them to support her efforts.

Sky News - May 5, 2019

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