Donald Trump apologises to Theresa May after explosive newspaper interview

Remigio Civitarese
Luglio 16, 2018

President TrumpDonald John TrumpFranken offers Dems a line of questioning for Kavanaugh's "weirdly specific bit of bulls--' Midterm primary turnout in California highest since 1998 Trump Jr. mocks the "resistance" over 'baby blimp" in London MORE's former chief White House strategist Stephen Bannon said Saturday that he hopes former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson challenge Prime Minister Theresa May for her position.

She will seek to drive home the message today at Farnborough Air Show.

Mrs May's proposals for Britain's future relationship with Brussels, published Thursday, foresee an overall "association agreement" with the European Union encompassing different deals on different areas.

Johnson returned to the political fray with his first column for Monday's Daily Telegraph since he resigned from the government over the Chequers compromise. "Actually, no, we're going into negotiations with them", she said.

"It's very sad on a personal basis because I think he's something that's lacking in worldwide politics, a man of true character, fascinating, bright, intelligent and we had a good relationship".

"And it can not be the destruction of integrated supply chains and just-in-time processes on which jobs and livelihoods depend". "She wanted to go a different route", he said.

"The only solution is to take the final Brexit decision out of the hands of deadlocked politicians, away from the backroom deals, and give it back to the people", she said.

He alleged a white paper drawn up by former Brexit Secretary Mr Davis's department had been in vain.

"This was a waste of time and money because Downing Street was surreptitiously writing its own paper", Mr Rees-Mogg said.

'This is, at best, an untrusting way to behave and a more severe commentator would call it untrustworthy, ' he wrote.

"Perhaps we ought to have realised earlier on that a Remainer would stick with Remain".

The report stage of the bill will also see MPs debate a long-awaited amendment that would keep the United Kingdom in the EU customs union post-Brexit that is supported by Labour, the SNP, the Lib Dems and two Tory Remainers, Anna Soubry and Ken Clarke. I actually told Theresa May how to do it but she didn't agree, she didn't listen to me.

"An establishment elite who never accepted the fundamental right of the public to choose democratically their institutions are working towards overturning them", he complained.

"President Trump has made it clear he wants a trade deal and is now confident we will be able to do it", May wrote in her Facebook post.

"Until such time as it does that", Jones added, "any negotiations it has with [the European Union chief negotiator Michael Barnier] are not likely to be approved here at Westminster".

Mr Davis meanwhile branded claims that there was no alternative to the Chequers plan as "astonishingly dishonest".

He added: "None of this amounts to taking back control. some are saying that those on the other side of the argument have not worked out an alternative".

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