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warning from Britain's prime minister to try to stop brexit slipping from abroad on Saturday to reason may said the longer it takes to find a compromise deal with the opposition labor party the less likely it is the U. K. will leave the European Union after school , may in the labour leader Jeremy Corbyn have felt three days of meetings to attempt to agree to a brexit deal parliaments will say yes to you but talks have not progressed as much as was taped when I'm waiting to see their %HESITATION I'm waiting to see the red lights move coal bin or say faces pressure from some in his party not to agree any deal without a commitment from may to hold a new referendum on it the Sunday times newspaper reported the prime minister does have a plan to put the customs agreement with the aid you in Lowell with the hope the softer approach would win a that the labor policy , this would likely enrage many of her leave supporting conservatives may will meet with the block at the summit someone state and dissolves Brussels to put Spain Britain's departure until June thirtieth but that depends on assuring a viable plan to secure an agreement on how to deal which British parliament has rejected three times and the prime insist facing further pressure at time the observer newspaper reported that some of mace and policy trying to also within weeks if the U. K. is forced to take part in many European elections and is forced to extend its easy you membership beyond June the Sunday telegraph reported ministers on discussing whether to resign if you delay means fielding candidates in the polls that is one of many cheer skeptic lawmakers Jacob Rees Mogg said Sunday the PM quit should be held to account for the departure delay and that breaks it could have already happens by now