Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said that, whatever the Brexit agreement, it must be rejected by the British Parliament, since any deal would be unacceptable for the country. As the Guardian newspaper reported, Blair believes that “there is no sensible deal,” since Brexit negotiators are shying away from solving the most important controversial issues. In his opinion, the parliament should declare its disagreement with any variant of the deal and “give the people the last word in this matter”. The newspaper reports that in the near future the harmonization of the terms of Brexit will be completed, and the British Parliament will have to vote on this issue before Christmas.
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