Theresa May tours United Kingdom on Brexit Day anniversary

Theresa May to make whistle stop Brexit tour of UK - Ibec expresses concerns over talks process

Britain is on course to leave the European Union at 2300 GMT on March 29, 2019, severing ties that helped define its national identity, its laws, and its worldwide stature over 46 years of integration with European neighbors.

Since it triggered Article 50 of the EU treaty - the exit procedure - the United Kingdom government has accepted EU demands for a financial settlement and for an overview of the European Court of Justice for the rights of EU citizens in the UK.

The PM is to visit England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, appealing to those for and against Brexit.

Scottish Brexit Minister Mike Russell said: "Scotland voted by a margin of 24 points to remain in the European Union but the response of the UK Government has been to seek to impose a disastrous hard Brexit and mount a power grab on the Scottish Parliament".

What has been agreed so far? In total, 145,475 units were produced, 6,757 fewer than in the same month past year.

Speaking ahead of her trip, Mrs May vowed to regain control of "our laws, our borders and our money" and that the UK will "thrive as a strong and united country that works for everyone, no matter whether you voted Leave or Remain".

The prime minister campaigned for "Remain" during the 2016 referendum.

May visited a parent-and-toddler group in the northeastern English city of Newcastle, met farmers near the Northern Irish town of Bangor, and she spoke to Welsh business representatives in the resort town of Barry - all on the same day.

That action will include a longer-term plan for the NHS.

Prime Minister Theresa May said today that leaving the European Union will mean more money available to spend on priorities like the NHS and schools.

Despite misgivings about the government's performance and doubts about the result of the negotiations with the European Union, 68 percent of the respondents say that "those who voted against Brexit should respect the will of the majority" - with only 35 percent thinking there should be a second referendum.

"I always say to people the likelihood is it happens, but it doesn't have to happen, and the first place that's going to decide it is Parliament and MPs should vote according to their conscience", he said. "In this scenario, United Kingdom exports would need to be diverted via Rotterdam, which has the appropriate facilities in place and, as we understand it, is ramping up to be able to cope with increased demand for checks by hiring additional staff".

When asked whether Brexit is good or bad for the country, the margin remains very slim - with 46% responding it is a bad idea and 44% saying it is a good idea.



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