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"Sue the European Union" - Donald Trump's advice to Theresa May

"I guess when they put out blimps to make me feel unwelcome, (there is) no reason for me to go to London", he told the Sun newspaper. "But we are also here to protest what Trump stands for, the racism, the intolerance, the rhetoric, the cruelty, discrimination and the arrogance of the USA government that he embodies in the worst way", she said.

"'Don't walk away from those negotiations because then you'll be stuck.' So I want us to be able to sit down to negotiate the best deal for Britain".

Ahead of a key week of Parliament votes on trade and customs policy, May warned party rebels on Sunday they should fall into line, saying that wrecking her blueprint for a split from the European Union could result in disaster.

But Mrs May says she rejected the move because she is determined to negotiate a deal with Brussels.

If 48 letters were received it would trigger a vote on whether she should be replaced - but reports suggested the rebels would fail to get enough support.

"This is a good deal for the UK". "But no, we are going to negotiate", the Prime Minister said.

May did not provide details of what sort of legal case the USA president had in mind.

"But this a deal that has benefits. But that doesn't mean they are bad".

Speaking to the media in Co Mayo on Friday, Mr Varadkar said there are no plans for the USA president to visit Ireland. "But we should also prepare for no deal". "In fact, I told Theresa May what I thought she should do and she disagreed", he said. This regular, quarterly dialogue is part of our ongoing relationship to strengthen trade and investment ties as well as providing commercial continuity for US and UK businesses, workers and consumers as the UK leaves the EU.

Dr. Liam Fox, the UK's global trade secretary, says it's important that trade between the countries is mutually beneficial. Both of those are unacceptable.


"Sue the European Union" - Donald Trump's advice to Theresa May

"Faced with that we had an option". "I think it would've been great, but it's not too late for her to do that necessarily".

Donald Trump's four-day "working visit" to the United Kingdom has come to an end after more than 250,000 people were estimated to march in cities across the country and that blimp was hoisted high into the sky.

Some protesters did not even spare their own Prime Minister. "Go home and take May with you", read one sign.

John Baron, a lawmaker for the ruling Conservatives, said he would vote with Brexiteers to change her plan having previously "remained loyal to Theresa May, believing her to be honourable in her attempt to respect the referendum result".

"But also I have got to be hard-headed and practical about this and do it in a way that ensures we get the best interests for the United Kingdom".

He said Mrs May, who campaigned to keep Britain in the European Union in the 2016 referendum, had failed to grasp the "enormously positive" opportunities offered.

"No department was cut out of these discussions".

With national protests taking place today and across the weekend, it wasn't just the thousands marching through London that aired their views as more than a dozen Wisbech residents made their voices heard at lunchtime. Along with Mr Johnson, the man who had been leading the Brexit negotiations, David Davis, also quit in protest.

"We could have said we'll stick where we are and see what happens and risk actually ending up with a chaotic leaving, which I don't think is in people's interest".

Mrs May denied that the plan would prevent Britain striking free trade deals around the world.

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