UK PM May: Disapproval of the Brexit would be catastrophic

UK PM May: Disapproval of the Brexit would be catastrophic

Associated Press

LONDON (AP) – British Prime Minister Theresa May has urged lawmakers to accept her deal before leaving the European Union, warning that belief in democracy was at stake.

In May she wrote in the Sunday Express for a critical vote this week. May has called on the lawmakers to do what is right for the country because they said that it is the rejection of the will of the people – a catastrophic and unforgivable violation of confidence in our democracy & # 39; ; would be. "

May has urged Parliament to support her belated EU divorce agreement so that Britain will not leave the EU on 29 March without an agreement on exit terms.

She voted in mid-December when it became clear that legislators would resolutely reject the Brexit deal, but a compromise measure has made both pro-European and pro-Brexit politicians unhappy.

Pro-European demonstrators protest outside the parliament in London on Friday, January 11, 2019. British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to get support for her Brexit deal in parliament. Legislators will vote on the agreement on Tuesday and all signals will indicate that they will reject it, making the Brexit less secure than three months before UK leaves the EU on 29 March. (AP Photo / Frank Augstein)

Pro-European demonstrators protest outside the parliament in London on Friday, January 11, 2019. British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to get support for her Brexit deal in parliament. Legislators will vote on the agreement on Tuesday and all signals will indicate that they will reject it, making the Brexit less secure than three months before UK leaves the EU on 29 March. (AP Photo / Frank Augstein)

Pro-European protesters raise flags to protest, outside of parliament in London, Friday, January 11, 2019. British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to get support for her Brexit deal in parliament. Legislators will vote on the agreement on Tuesday and all signals will indicate that they will reject it, making the Brexit less secure than three months before UK leaves the EU on 29 March. (AP Photo / Frank Augstein)

Pro-European protesters raise flags to protest, outside of parliament in London, Friday, January 11, 2019. British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to get support for her Brexit deal in parliament. Legislators will vote on the agreement on Tuesday and all signals will indicate that they will reject it, making the Brexit less secure than three months before UK leaves the EU on 29 March. (AP Photo / Frank Augstein)

Pro-European protesters raise flags to protest, outside of parliament in London, Friday, January 11, 2019. British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to get support for her Brexit deal in parliament. Legislators will vote on the agreement on Tuesday and all signals will indicate that they will reject it, making the Brexit less secure than three months before UK leaves the EU on 29 March. (AP Photo / Frank Augstein)

A Pro-European demonstrator raises flags to protest outside the parliament in London on Friday, January 11, 2019. British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to get support for her Brexit deal in parliament. Legislators will vote on the agreement on Tuesday and all signals will indicate that they will reject it, making the Brexit less secure than three months before UK leaves the EU on 29 March. (AP Photo / Frank Augstein)

A Pro-European demonstrator raises flags to protest outside the parliament in London on Friday, January 11, 2019. British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to get support for her Brexit deal in parliament. Legislators will vote on the agreement on Tuesday and all signals will indicate that they will reject it, making the Brexit less secure than three months before UK leaves the EU on 29 March. (AP Photo / Frank Augstein)

A Pro-European demonstrator raises flags to protest outside the parliament in London on Friday, January 11, 2019. British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to get support for her Brexit deal in parliament. Legislators will vote on the agreement on Tuesday and all signals will indicate that they will reject it, making the Brexit less secure than three months before UK leaves the EU on 29 March. (AP Photo / Frank Augstein)

A member of the RMT trade union shouts while the Union is protesting outside the headquarters of the Transport Ministry, calling for new ferries with cross channels to be manned by British workers in London, Friday, January 11, 2019. (AP Photo / Frank Augstein)

A member of the RMT trade union shouts while the Union is protesting outside the headquarters of the Transport Ministry, calling for new ferries with cross channels to be manned by British workers in London, Friday, January 11, 2019. (AP Photo / Frank Augstein)

A member of the RMT trade union shouts while the Union is protesting outside the headquarters of the Transport Ministry, calling for new ferries with cross channels to be manned by British workers in London, Friday, January 11, 2019. (AP Photo / Frank Augstein)

FILE - In this photo of Tuesday, June 5, 2018, a plane leaves a traffic sign at Heathrow Airport in London. British lawmakers are going to vote on Monday 25 June 2018 whether it wants to expand the largest airport in Europe, Heathrow. Disturbances in the air are possible if Britain leaves the European Union in March without a deal, the head of the leading airline organization around the world warned Thursday, January 10, 2019. (AP Photo / Kirsty Wigglesworth, file)

FILE - In this photo of Tuesday, June 5, 2018, a plane leaves a traffic sign at Heathrow Airport in London. British lawmakers are going to vote on Monday 25 June 2018 whether it wants to expand the largest airport in Europe, Heathrow. Disturbances in the air are possible if Britain leaves the European Union in March without a deal, the head of the leading airline organization around the world warned Thursday, January 10, 2019. (AP Photo / Kirsty Wigglesworth, file)

FILE – In this photo of Tuesday, June 5, 2018, a plane leaves a traffic sign at Heathrow Airport in London. British lawmakers are going to vote on Monday 25 June 2018 whether it wants to expand the largest airport in Europe, Heathrow. Disturbances in the air are possible if Britain leaves the European Union in March without a deal, the head of the leading airline organization around the world warned Thursday, January 10, 2019. (AP Photo / Kirsty Wigglesworth, file)

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