UK Prime Minister Theresa May says the government , as well as a bill that would seek the Parliament’s approval for kicking off the talks with the European Union (EU).
May made the announcement during this week’s Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) at the Parliament on Wednesday, a day after the UK Supreme Court ruled that the lawmakers should give her the go-ahead before invoking the Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.
She also agreed in the session to lay out her plans for the departure in a white paper, a request she had declined in the past.
“I set out that bold plan for a global Britain last week and I recognize there is an appetite in this house to see that plan set out in a white paper,” May said. “I can confirm to the house that our plan will be set out in a white paper.”
According to May’s spokeswoman, the Article 50 bill could come as early as Thursday, although the time-frame of its…Read More