British Prime Minister Theresa May warns critics of her Brexit deal that they risk undermining Britain's democracy and economy by opposing her plan.
The result of the 2016 referendum, protects jobs and gives certainty to individuals and businesses. May wrote in the Mail on Sunday that the plan she had concluded with the European Union was the only one that respects this result.
A vote of Parliament on its agreement on Brexit in December, May was forced to postpone this vote, after it became clear that it would be rejected. Legislators will resume debate on the Brexit deal on Wednesday before a vote next week.
Conservative leader to consider offering legislators concessions to the so-called Irish backstop, a measure aimed at preventing a hard border between the Republic of Ireland, a member of the EU, and Northern Ireland, which is part of the UK -United.