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What has Theresa May said about Brexit? What does the Prime Minister’s Article 50 letter say?

BRITAIN is due to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019, but the terms of the departure remain unclear.

Theresa May has said talks on a divorce deal are at an impasse. Here’s what you need to know.

Theresa May arrives at the Conservative Party Conference
Theresa May arrives at the Conservative Party ConferenceRex

Features What has Theresa May said about Brexit?

May supported the UK remaining in the EU during the referendum campaign but was not a prominent campaigner.

Her entire premiership has been devoted to ensuring Britain has a smooth departure from the EU.

May’s Brexit plan proposes that Britain stick close to EU rules in return for remaining in the bloc’s single market for goods.

EU leaders have rejected that idea, saying the UK is trying to cherry-pick benefits of being in the 28-nation bloc without assuming the costs and responsibilities.

Theresa May arrives for the BBC's Andrew Marr Show during the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham
Theresa May arrives for the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show during the Conservative Party Conference in BirminghamReuters

Speaking ahead of the Tory party conference, Mrs May told the Sun on Sunday she was “not bluffing” when she said “no deal is better than a bad deal” when it comes to leaving the EU.

She said: “I believe that we can get a deal. I believe we can get a good deal and that’s what we are working for.

“But nobody should be in any doubt.”
The Tory gathering in Birmingham has been marked by a deepening rift over Brexit policy.

What does Theresa May’s Article 50 Brexit letter say?

Mrs May signed the letter to Donald Tusk sitting at No10’s Cabinet Room table on March 28.

There is only one copy of the letter, believed to be six pages long.

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