London: Theresa, British Prime Minister may held to chief to China for the upcoming G20, before that she hold critical cabinet meeting with her top ministers at Chequers, a media report said.
Xinhua news agency reported, she may stand to strengthen Brexit stance following Britain’s 23 June referendum decision that the country will leave the European Union (EU).
She may wants to clear what Brexit means, before she departs for Hangzhou that world leaders gathering in Hangzhou.
Sunday’s mail describe that, May’s Chequers’ meeting on Wednesday as a “back to school” cabinet meeting during which she was expected to order fight Brexit ministers to end any turf wars.
It will be her first meeting after became Prime Minister, it will leads to sharp appreciation to May’s efforts to assure restless Eurosceptics in her Conservative party she was on a way to deliver as exit from the EU “and will not fob them off with Brexit-lite”.
She would also cheer the three-quarters of cabinet members who strive to stay in the EU to spot Brexit opportunities in their own government departments.
May’s trip to China will see her meeting the US President Obama, with commentators saying she was likely to use the opportunity to gauge the appetite for mutually beneficial Britain-US trade relationships in the future.
Tony Blair, Former Labour premier and a number of serving politicians say Members of Parliament could use a parliamentary vote to stop Brexit.
A Downing Street source have said, “The Prime Minister has been absolutely clear that the British public has voted and now she will get on with delivering Brexit.”
In last election around 480 of the 650 MPs in the House of Commons campaign for to stay in EU, the House of Lords, also wants to be Britain staying in the EU.
Labour’s Smith in speech on the leadership campaign trail a few days said, “Under my leadership we will vote in Parliament to block any attempt to invoke Article 50 until Theresa May commits to a second referendum or a general election on whatever the EU exit deal emerges at the end of the process.”