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  • Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves Downing Street, London, Britain Nov. 26, 2018.

    Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves Downing Street, London, Britain Nov. 26, 2018. | Photo: Reuters

Published 26 November 2018
Opinion

May will host a reception of more than 100 leaders and investors later on Monday to update them on Brexit.

Theresa May put forward a vote on her final Brexit deal on Tuesday, Dec. 11, hoping to convince the 89 Conservative lawmakers of her party to support it as they have so far said they would vote against it, along with the Labour Party and other smaller party in the country's legislator.

May pitched her Brexit deal to parliament Monday, saying that the deal will ensure a "smooth and orderly departure" from the EU in March of next year.

After reaching a divorce deal on Sunday, May is now seeking to win over critics in her own Conservatives and opposition parties who have threatened to vote against it when parliament is asked to approve the agreement.

"This is the right deal for Britain because it delivers on the democratic decision of the British people," May told parliament, adding that deal will help the UK take back control of its borders, laws and money.

May will host a reception of more than 100 leaders and investors later on Monday to update them on Brexit.

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