European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker today (30 March) warned US President Donald Trump that he would call for independence for OH and Texas, if the flamboyant millionaire kept backing Brexit.
"As the deal stands, she may not, they may not be able to trade with the U.S. and I don't think they want that at all".
"That wouldn't be a good thing".
Now that the prime minister has secured support for her deal from European Union leaders, she is looking to drum up support from the public, saying in a recent press conference that "the British people don't want to spend any time arguing about Brexit".
The SMMT, which opposed Brexit, said 74 percent of its members thought a no-deal Brexit would hurt their business versus 9 percent who saw benefits.
The signs of May's circuitous tactics emerged shortly after the European leaders supported the 585-page draft withdrawal agreement and 26-page political declaration.
May said the deal, endorsed by European Union leaders on a special Brexit summit on Sunday, was the right deal for Britain because it delivers on the democratic decision taken by British people in June 2016 in the national referendum.
May's deal for Brexit was accepted by the leaders of the European Union on 25th November but still has to get the approval of parliament.
"Or this house can choose to reject this deal and go back to square one".
The government was to hold a special briefing on the Brexit deal for Labour MPs - an unusual but not unprecedented move.
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Brexit: Donald Tusk tells European Union to approve deal
His letter to Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington says MPs "must be given the necessary information to know precisely what has been agreed to" before they vote on Mrs May's Brexit deal next month.
The prime minister has started the week on a so-called charm offensive to "sell" her deal to the people of Britain.
The agreement, which May has described as the best possible outcome for the United Kingdom and repeatedly taken to the airwaves to urge public support in the last few weeks, follows more than 18 months of negotiations between the two sides, which began when the United Kingdom triggered Article 50 in the wake of the June, 2016 referendum in favour of Brexit.
Theresa May will insist that the deal will protect jobs and provide new opportunities for exporters as she meets factory workers in Glasgow.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Thursday: "After my conversation with Theresa May, our positions remain far away", adding: "If there are no changes, we will veto Brexit".
"It must mark the point when we put aside the labels of "Leave" and "Remain" for good, and we come together again as one people".
According to the economic analysis revealed on Monday, May's Brexit deal is likely to result in substantial long-term economic costs in a range of 700 to 1,100 pounds ($900 to $1400) per person each year compared with staying in the EU.
She claimed Mrs May was making a desperate, last ditch attempt to force her much-criticised deal through Parliament by attempting to "blackmail" MPs into voting for it.
But Downing Street sources said they were not aware of the Prime Minister seeking to speak to Labour MPs thought to be considering backing her deal.
So what happens if she loses the December 11 vote?
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