British Foreign Minister, Jeremy Hunt, said that a country could refuse to leave the European Union if London and Brussels did not agree on the terms of the deal. The minister said this on BBC radio. Brexit voting is scheduled for January 15 in the British Parliament. In order for Teresa Mae’s exit option from the EU to be adopted, it is needed to collect 320 votes from parliamentarians. At the same time, a part of the Conservative Party and the entire Democratic Unionist Party, consisting of 10 members, will presumably vote against the draft of the Prime Minister. Jeremy Hunt believes that the failure of Brexit will lead to a loss of confidence in the British people and will hurt Britain’s reputation abroad.
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