Theresa May speaks of Brexit frustration in final interview as British PM

Remigio Civitarese
Luglio 14, 2019

May underscored she had done all she possibly could to try to get her Brexit deal approved and did nothing to hide her frustration with the fact that some of her most strident opponents on Brexit are those now backing Johnson.

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street for her weekly Prime Minister's Questions at the House of Commons in London, Wednesday, July 10, 2019.

"I sacrificed my job in order to try to get a deal".

Amber Rudd said she has "accepted" the possibility of a no-deal Brexit, despite having previously fiercely opposed it. "I sat down and tried to get a compromise with [Opposition Leader] Jeremy Corbyn to try to get a deal that would get through Parliament", she said.

"We need an individual that demonstrates the true qualities of leadership who can inspire people through a shared vision to achieve a common goal and restore confidence both in the Government and the Conservative Party to deliver on the pledge we made to deliver on the outcome of the European Union referendum". The question is, will Hunt step down before the July 23 date.

"But everybody in Parliament had a responsibility in how they voted on this issue".

"One could always look back and say, "If I'd sat down and talked to people more often", she said, in reference to any regrets.

Monmouth Assembly Member Nick Ramsay said: "I would also like to see more of a Conservative influence on the way money in Wales is spent but I think we need to respect the current settlement and work on building up that influence within the Assembly itself". I think the public have got a very simple view.

When asked about whether or not the Brexit campaign promise that Wales would "not be a penny worse off" would be honoured, current front-runner Boris Johnson said: "I can give that categorical reassurance that the shared prosperity fund will continue".

Outgoing British Prime Minster Theresa May has leveled a thinly disguised swipe at Conservative Party front-runner Boris Johnson as she underscored the necessity of character in taking on the country's top post.

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