Theresa May reiterated on Monday that it was ready to leave the negotiating table on the Brexit without obtaining agreement with the European Union and called on voters to support the government against “aggression” exhibited, according to her, the Europeans towards Britain.
“We will be there to negotiate the deal that suits but, as I said, no deal is better than a bad deal . We must be prepared to disengage . The statement of Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday on the television channel Sky News , has the merit of being clear ..
In a speech she is to deliver Tuesday and excerpts of which were released on Monday, the ruling Prime Minister appealed to his countrymen to support her action.
“An aggressive position”
“They (the Europeans) take an aggressive stance in negotiations that can only be compensated by a strong government of Britain” , she explains. “If we do not succeed the next five years, our economic prosperity will suffer, employment and living standards will be threatened, and with them the security and peace of mind of working families” , she believes.
These statements by Theresa May intervene with just ten days before early elections as head of the British government convened with the hope of getting an enhanced majority in the House of Commons.
“There will be an agreement”
Opinion polls show a narrowing of the gap between the Conservative Party Theresa May still leading, and the Labor Party Jeremy Corbyn.
Evoking the Brexit which is the main issue of this election, Corbyn said on Monday evening and that if his party won, he would ensure that an agreement is reached for a separation from the European Union.
Asked about the prospect of a lack of agreement between the British and Europeans, Corbyn said: “there will be an agreement. We will ensure that there is an agreement “ .