PressTV-UK PM becoming stubborn, obstinate: MP

A senior member of the British parliament has warned that Prime Minister Theresa May is nearly becoming obstinate and stubborn with her way of ignoring widespread criticism about a European Union withdrawal agreement that she is trying to sell to the parliament.

Jo Johnson, a former member of May’s Conservative-led government who resigned over the premier’s Brexit strategy in November, said May was deliberately delaying a parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal “until the very last minute” to force the lawmakers in the House of Commons to accept the deal.

“I am concerned that Number 10 is running down the clock,” said Johnson in an interview with the BBC Radio on Saturday, while making a reference to official seat of the British government.

This file video grab from the UK Parliament shows Conservative lawmaker Jo Johnson

Johnson, himself a Remainer who is known for opposing views of his brother and fierce Brexiteer Boris Johnson, said…

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