A lying toad: Theresa May tells Parliament there is no turning back from Brexit. This is simply untrue.

For information: Theresa May is a lying toad.

A leaked resolution from the European Parliament shows Theresa May is fundamentally lying about Article 50, on the day she invokes it.

The Prime Minister invoked Article 50, the process for leaving the EU, on 29 March. She has notified European Council President Donald Tusk by letter.

In May’s accompanying statement, she said: “This is an historic moment from which there can be no turning back.”

But a leaked resolution from the European Parliament shows that is simply not true: The UK will be able to revoke its notification of Article 50 but this must be “subject to conditions set by all EU27 so they cannot be used as a procedural device or abused in an attempt to improve the actual terms of the United Kingdom’s membership”.

While the process is vague at this initial stage, the resolution’s guiding principles clearly state that the UK has the power to stop Article 50. So contrary to May’s statement, Britain could turn back.

72 per cent of the EU’s remaining 27 states must accept the incoming withdrawal agreement. Then, it must pass through the European Parliament on a simple majority vote.

Source: A leaked EU resolution shows Theresa May is fundamentally lying about Article 50 [VIDEO] | The Canary

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