LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s parliament should present unequivocal approval for any Brexit deal the government reaches with the European Union, or danger creating uncertainty for companies and residents, Brexit minister Dominic Raab stated.
Britain’s Secretary of State for Exiting the EU Dominic Raab leaves 10 Downing Street, in London, Britain October 16, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
“Once the deal is presented to parliament, the procedure through which it is voted upon must allow for an unequivocal decision, and one which is clear to the British public,” Raab stated in a letter on Wednesday to the parliamentary Procedure Committee that can advise on find out how to perform the so-called significant vote.
“Anything other than a straightforward approval of the deal will bring with it huge uncertainty for business, consumers and citizens,” Raab added.
The feedback check with the vote on no matter deal Prime Minister Theresa May is ready to attain with Brussels within the coming weeks. The vote is prone to turn into a flashpoint for divisions inside May’s Conservative occasion, and it’s not clear she has sufficient assist to win it below her present plan.
The government must win the vote with the intention to ratify the settlement however opponents are prone to attempt to amend the wording of the movement to make parliament’s approval topic to additional circumstances, comparable to a second referendum.
In a memorandum connected to the letter, the government set out considerations that if any such amendments have been handed, they’d block the ratification course of.
Reporting by William James; modifying by Stephen Addison