Theresa Mary May is a British politician serving as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since 2016. She served as Home Secretary from 2010 to 2016. May was first elected Member of Parliament for Maidenhead in 1997.
has rejected the house of Commons, an attempt by labour to re-activate a child refugee of the protection of human rights in the Brexit bill.
the deputies voted 348 252 against the amendment, which would have guaranteed The Right of unaccompanied refugees child back with the family, the life in the UK after discharge.
The promise was for an earlier version of the Brexit bill, but was removed to gain after the Tories " elections.
The government said it was "to help a proud record, at-risk children. "
the deputies of the labour amendments during a second day of testing of the Brexit invoice or to leave the EU account agreement, as it is officially known.
It was Theresa, the Brexit bill, but was removed, Boris Johnson , version, something that he called "horrific and deeply disturbing".
The newly formulated draft law replaces the obligation to negotiate with the EU a continuation of the rights of the child refugees, with a reduced obligation to submit the declarations to the Parliament, the government, the child refugee policy after the discharge.What is the request?
In The Commons , shadow Brexit minister Thangam Debbonaire has been the case for the work and the change with the argument, remove it from The Bill was an "astounding breach of faith with some of The Most vulnerable children of The World ".
the fuse of his return was "about who we want to be as a country".
"It is profoundly wrong to remove the government of this provision. just because You can do it," she continued.Lord Dubs to the UK came to the children's transport at the age of six and was later a labour-wrote MP
she said: "We know that there are many Conservative members, including some sitting around the Cabinet table, know that this decision was wrong.
"With the numbers in Parliament, what they are, it's up to You - the Conservative, the moral attitude and the power of the government for a rethink in the approach to this important topic. "
The Liberal Democrats , called for a rethink of the government, as they call it, an "inhuman" position.what is the reaction of the government?
You will, However, be hedged, in order to see the change, it is legally anchored.
Mr Walker said that the policy of reunification of families would continue during the transitional period, while a deal negotiated with the EU about The Future business relations with the United Kingdom.
"We give very strong support for The Principle of family reunification," Mr. Walker added.
"But The Right place to do this is to, not targets, to negotiate the law, and we need no further reporting requirements or legally, such as these changes. "What happens to the UK's EU-exit in This Week ?
MPs gave their initial approval for Boris Johnson , a British EU-exit-bill in December, but it is now in detailed Commons control.
the law applies to The "divorce" payments to the EU, the rights of the citizens, customs arrangements for Northern Ireland and the proposed 11-month transition period, the duration of which is 1. February to December 31.
Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay said, provide You had the invoice to the "overwhelming mandate" for his party to be given by the voters, the UK from the EU on the 31. January.
While the shadow of Brexit pastor Paul Blomfield, said Labour accepted it had their lungs decisive election victory changed the political landscape, he said, he believed that this was a "bad deal" for the UK, and go urged to the government, "with caution".