British Prime Minister Teresa May said on the 21st that she is negotiating with some parties in Britain on the de-EU agreement previously vetoed by Parliament and will continue to negotiate with the European Union.
Teresa May said in the lower house of the British Parliament that day that she was in consultation with parties such as the Democratic Unification Party of Northern Ireland on the content of the agreement on Irelands border issues after leaving Europe.
Teresa May stressed that she did not believe that the proposal to postpone de-Europe would gain support in the lower house of Parliament, and that the abolition of de-Europe would also conflict with the results of the British referendum in 2016.
On the 15th of this month, the House of Commons of the British Parliament voted to reject the previous agreement between the British government and the European Union. Parties such as the Democratic Unification Party of Northern Ireland voted against it.
According to the previous agreement, Britain will officially withdraw from the EU on March 29.
Source: Xinhua Author: Guitao Responsible Editor: Shi Jianlei_NBJ11331