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Prime Minister Theresa may announced the resignation on may 24, reports The Times, citing her colleagues.
According to the newspaper, the politician will announce its decision after a meeting with Chairman of the parliamentary 1922 Committee Graham Brady. “It is expected that should take the final step, but if it’s impossible, then she goes off the road,” said one of the interlocutors of the media.
May 21, may has promised the British Parliament the opportunity to vote for a new referendum on the country’s exit from the EU if the legislators will support its new draft agreement with the EU. The new document includes additional guarantees of the rights of workers, measures to protect the environment and provide a few details on the question of Ireland. Supporters of the Prime Minister did not support it, and the leader of the house of Commons of the UK Parliament Andrea Leeds left the post, explaining his decision by the fact that a second referendum could lead to “dangerous odds”.
Earlier it was reported that Mae intends to remain in his post until September, when the annual Convention of the Conservative party.
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