Let's close a Brexit deal, UK PM Theresa May tells Labor opposition

LONDON: Great Britain ' S Conservative Government And Opposition Party Labor Party Have The Duty To Compromize Brexit Agreement To End Months Of Political Deadlock In Front Of Britain ' S Exit European Union , British Premier Theresa May Said On Sunday.

Writing In The Newspaper Mail On Sunday, May Told Labor Leader Jeremy Corbyn : Let ' S Close A Deal.

The Prospect Of A Compromise Between Different Parties Has Alarmed Many Conservatives And May Have Acknowledged That It Was Not What I Wanted, And Neither.

But We Need To Find A Way To Break The Deadlock - And I Believe The Results Of Local Elections Add A New Urgency To It, ' ' She Wrote.

The Conservatives Are Desperate To Continue After Losing Hundreds Of Positions In Local Council Elections Last Week. Labor Also Suffered Losses As Voters Penalized Both Main Parties For The Brexit Impasse.

Almost Three Years After Britain Decided To Leave The EU, The Date And Conditions Of The Brexit Remain Uncertain. The United Kingdom's Departure Date Has Been Postponed From March 29 To October 31 Because May Could Not Reach UK Legislators To Approve The Divorce Agreement With The EU.

But The Suggestions That The Government Of May ' Could Conclude An Agreement That Requires Labor ' For Close Economic Bonds With The EU Approves, Pro-Brexit Conservatives, Who Are Retiring May '

We Must Make A Change, ' ' Former Conservative Leader Iain Duncan Smith Told LBC Radio. The Message Was Loud And Clear That People Have Decided Since March 29 That They Are Absolutely Furious For The Political Class. ' '

PvdA Politicians Are On Their Guard For Closing A Deal That Can Be Seen As Helping The Arch-rival Conservatives Deliver Brexit. Many Party Members And Lawmakers Want Labor To Support A New Second Referendum About Britain's Membership ' S That Voters Can Flip ' 2016 Decision To Leave.

They Point To Great Profit In The Local Elections For The Anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats And Green Party As Proof That The Public Would Welcome A Second Referendum.

Labor Market Spokesperson John McDonnell Said Sunday The Party Would Come To An Agreement If We Could ' ' With The Conservatives.

But He Also Said That The Ruling Party Could Not Be Trusted After The Details Of The Negotiations Appeared In The Press.

When He On BBC Television Asked If He Trusted On May, McDonnell Said," No, Sorry, Not After This Weekend When She's Confidentiality.

He Said Labor Would Only Agree To A Brexit Deal With A Permanent Customs Union With The EU To Prevent Trade Barriers. The Government Wants A Looser Relationship With The Block That Will Allow Britain To Conclude New Trade Agreements Around The World.

McDonnell Also Said That The Conservative Party's Supervising Machines Have Made Negotiations Difficult.

We ' Re Dealing With A Very Unstable Government, ' ' McDonnell Said. The ' S (like) Trying To Enter A Contract With A Company That ' S Is Going To Manage And The People Who Are Going To Take Over Are Not Willing To Complete That Contract. We Can't Negotiate. "