No vote on final Brexit deal: Theresa May


A Sinn Fein party election worker dressed up as a crocodile stands behind a banner referring to Brexit outside a polling station in Belfast as voters in Northern Ireland go to the polls to elect a new Assembly.

JOHANNESBURG – British Prime Minister, Theresa May, says the country won’t hold a vote on the final deal to leave the European Union, or try to delay its exit date.

Two high profile resignations on Monday put her Brexit plan at risk.

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Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, and Brexit Secretary, David Davis, resigned on Monday in protest of a proposed new deal.
They say it gives the EU too much, too easily.

May says she will appoint a new foreign secretary soon and plans to fight any attempts to oust her.