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Prime Minister’s Statement: European Union (Withdrawal) Acts (19 Oct 2019)

Theresa May: I intend to rebel against all those who do not want to vote to deliver Brexit. Today’s vote is important. The eyes of the country—no, the eyes of the wider world—are upon us today. Every Member in this House has a responsibility in the decision that they will take to determine whether or not they are going to put the national interest first—not just an ideological, single-issue or...

Prime Minister’s Statement: European Union (Withdrawal) Acts (19 Oct 2019)

Theresa May: ...want certainty in their lives, and our investors want to be able to invest and want the uncertainty to be got rid of. They want to know that this country is moving forward. If you want to deliver Brexit, if you want to keep faith with the British people, if you want this country to move forward, then vote for the deal today.

Debate on the Address: Public Services (16 Oct 2019)

Theresa May: ...for schools, less money for the police and less money for our hospitals. This is an important debate because the Queen’s Speech sets the tone for the sort of country that we want to be post Brexit. I am pleased to see in the Queen’s Speech so many Bills that will take forward work that was proposed or started under the Government I had the privilege to lead. One very good example of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (24 Jul 2019)

Theresa May: ...list of improvements that have taken place in people’s lives, and I look forward, on the Back Benches, to giving my full support to the next Prime Minister as he takes us forward, delivering on Brexit and continuing to deliver on those Conservative policies.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (17 Jul 2019)

Theresa May: I can tell the hon. Gentleman that we take industry throughout the United Kingdom very seriously. He has referred to the issue of Brexit and leaving the European Union. A deal was negotiated that would have protected jobs and industry across the UK, but, sadly, he and others in the House chose not to support it. I continue to believe that the best way forward for industries in his...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (10 Jul 2019)

Theresa May: ...low in unemployment, and investment in our economy. This is an economy that is doing well, but it could really take off, and it would have done if the right hon. Gentleman had actually voted for Brexit and voted for the deal that we put to this House.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (10 Jul 2019)

Theresa May: The next leader of the Conservative party will be an excellent Prime Minister, whichever candidate wins, and they will ensure that they take this country through Brexit, deliver on the 2016 referendum, ignore the attempts by the right hon. Gentleman and his hon. Friends to try to go back on the democratic vote of the British people, and lead us forward to a brighter future.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (10 Jul 2019)

Theresa May: ...of all sectors of employment. I continue to believe that the deal that was negotiated, which would indeed have ensured the continuation of our agricultural sector, was the right way forward. Post-Brexit we will be able to establish our own rules in relation to support for the farming industry in the United Kingdom, which will be to our benefit.

G20 and Leadership of EU Institutions (3 Jul 2019)

Theresa May: ...is important that we see the first woman nominated to be President of the European Commission and a woman nominated for the role at the European Central Bank. The right hon. Gentleman talked about Brexit. It was always going to take two years to negotiate; that is the time set out in the treaty under the article 50 process. We brought the proposals to the House. He rejected those...

G20 and Leadership of EU Institutions (3 Jul 2019)

Theresa May: ...a bit of a nerve for a party that consistently says it wants to leave with a deal to consistently vote against leaving with a deal. The right hon. Gentleman talked about going back to the people on Brexit. He talked about the delay and uncertainty. We have been waiting for weeks for the Labour party’s policy on Brexit. We keep being told that the shadow Cabinet is taking a decision on a...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (3 Jul 2019)

Theresa May: ...his colleagues have consistently refused to do. But there is another question for the Labour party. With all this talk about no deal, the question really is “Where does the Labour party stand on Brexit?” The shadow Brexit Secretary does not support Brexit. The shadow Foreign Secretary does not support Brexit. The shadow Chancellor does not support Brexit. The Labour deputy leader does...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (26 Jun 2019)

Theresa May: I wanted to deliver Brexit with a deal. I brought a deal to this House and the hon. Lady and her colleagues voted three times against that deal.

European Council (24 Jun 2019)

Theresa May: ...of the Opposition for saying that the Labour party and the Opposition support the bid, which I think is supported on both sides of the House. The European Council meeting I attended did not discuss Brexit, no deal or the views of the candidates in the Conservative party’s leadership election, on which the Leader of the Opposition focused the majority of his comments and questions. I am...

European Council (24 Jun 2019)

Theresa May: First, as I have indicated in response to a number of questions, Brexit was not the subject of the meeting of the EU Council at 28. We discussed various other issues that are of importance for the future not only of individual member states and of Europe, but, in terms of climate change, of the whole world. As I have always said, the issue remains the same. It is still in the best interests...

European Council (24 Jun 2019)

Theresa May: I refer the hon. Gentleman to the comments that I made in my statement. They updated the remaining 27, and the Council repeated its desire to avoid a disorderly Brexit and committed to work constructively with my successor as Prime Minister.

European Council (24 Jun 2019)

Theresa May: If the hon. Lady is asking for a final say on the issue of Brexit, as I said earlier—

European Council (24 Jun 2019)

Theresa May: ...anticipated that this would be my final European Council as Prime Minister, but I will in fact have one more. Finally, President Tusk and President Juncker updated the remaining 27 member states on Brexit. This scheduled update was part of the agreement I reached in April to extend the article 50 deadline for our departure from the EU to 31 October. The Council repeated its desire to...

Leaving the European Union (22 May 2019)

Theresa May: ...across the House. Of course, the one issue that has never properly been resolved in this House and that the withdrawal agreement Bill would force to be resolved is whether he himself is for Brexit or against it. If he is for Brexit, he will vote for the withdrawal agreement Bill. Voting against the withdrawal agreement Bill is voting against Brexit.

Leaving the European Union (22 May 2019)

Theresa May: ...leave the European Union. A vote for the Scottish nationalists is a vote to betray our democracy and to betray the view of the people of the United Kingdom. People asked us in this House to deliver Brexit. We have a responsibility to do that. The question is how we do that. The withdrawal agreement Bill gives us the opportunity to debate the issues about how we do that. This House should...

Leaving the European Union (22 May 2019)

Theresa May: ...a stark choice. That choice will be whether Members go for no deal, for revoking article 50 or for a second referendum, with the intention that many have, in asking for a second referendum, to stop Brexit. That will be the choice that will face this House. People talk about the compromises that have been made so far. There are people who are telling me that I have compromised too much in...


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