Leaving the EU imperils Prime Minister Theresa May’s future, the U.K. economy, Britain’s standing in the world, and the peace process in Northern Ireland.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May, speaking in the House of Commons foyer during a September 2017 visit to Canada, faces backlash from Brexit hardliners in her divided caucus if she doesn't commit to a strong break from the EU. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
OTTAWA—Euroskeptics are worried that British Prime Minister Theresa May will allow her country’s historic Brexit endeavour to degrade into nothing more than Brino.
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'The government has heard Canadians’ concerns that the world is increasingly uncertain, and that the economy is changing,' the Throne Speech read. 'And in this context, regional needs and differences really matter.'
But a Conservative source is decrying public criticism of Andrew Scheer's leadership, saying it will only create the kind of schisms that will set the party back and that former leader Stephen Harper worked to avoid.