British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday that her inability to complete her country’s exit from the European Union (Brexit) was a source of “deep regret” for her.
May in remarks quoted by the network, CNN after arriving in Brussels to attend a European summit – that it is now in the hands of his successor in office, who will have access to a way to deal with the different views that adhere to their owners strongly in parliament, Adding that for this to succeed and to obtain a majority in parliament, it requires concessions.
She went on to do her best during all the previous European summits she attended as prime minister in order to reach the best possible agreement for Britain’s exit from the European Union. Stressing that it is sticking to its vision that the best solution is to get out of the European Union with the best possible agreement and not to go out without agreement, and that it is up to its successor and members of parliament to find a way forward and achieve a state of consensus.
May, who took over as prime minister following a referendum on the European Union’s withdrawal in 2016, said she would resign on June 7 after differences in her government and conservative party over how to take over the Brexit file.