May urges United Kingdom lawmakers: Give me more time to get Brexit deal

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May urges U.K. legislators to allow more time to get Brexit deal

The BBC Politics host Jo Coburn then asked what the EU's response had been to pleas from nations to renegotiate effectively with the UK. "There aren't any alternative proposals from them".

The new document reiterates most of the agreements now concluded between Britain and Switzerland is not an European Union member state.

It comes after Theresa May was warned that up to 40 ministers could resign if they were not given a vote against a no-deal Brexit.

EU and United Kingdom officials are discussing what concessions the Europeans could make to help May push a deal through Parliament by Brexit day on March 29.

Johnson told a meeting in parliament, "I think it must be pretty obvious that if you are going to have a time limit to the backstop - and I think that would be very good - it has got to fall before the next election".

Meanwhile, the head of the International Monetary Fund on Sunday warned that the British exit from the European Union means it "will never be as good as it is now" for the country's economy.

Switzerland meanwhile is Britain's fifth biggest export partner outside the EU.

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Britain and Switzerland will sign an agreement on Monday to continue trading on preferential terms after Brexit, the British trade department said, protecting a trade relationship worth 32 billion pounds, Trend reported citing Reuters.

"It can do this by ensuring that the revenue from UK WTO trade tariffs form an integral part of a far reaching economic support package that can help offset some of the financial upheaval of Brexit on businesses, communities and families throughout Ireland".

British global trade secretary Liam Fox and Swiss Economy Minister Guy Parmelin signed the bilateral trade agreement in Bern on Monday.

The accord follows a Swiss "Mind the Gap" strategy developed after British voters approved Brexit.

May has indicated, to the fury of Brexiters, that she is prepared to negotiate with Corbyn, raising their suspicions she might opt to ask the EU for Britain to remain permanently in the customs union, a deal she could get the Commons to endorse by seeking cross-party support. He says May's agreement can achieve "a great deal of what Jeremy Corbyn is interested in without taking away that option of having other trade deals". European Union leaders have rejected any changes to the legally binding withdrawal agreement.

An attempt by Labour lawmaker Yvette Cooper and Conservative Nick Boles to give parliament the power to request a delay to Britain's March 29 exit was defeated by lawmakers on January 29, but Boles said he would renew that effort on February 14 if a deal has not been passed by then.

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