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How has Theresa May made her mark in first 100 days as Prime Minister?


Her first days in power have been dominated by Brexit. With plenty more to come, Jon Craig takes a look at her performance so far.

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The Prime Minister has moved to see off her rebellion and her back bench. She’s had the key Brexit debate in the Commons later today. Theresa May would allow MPs to back Labor calls for more scrutiny of her Brexit strategy before she triggers Article 50 to begin withdraw. Ms. May says the referendum result must be respected, and the government’s negotiating strategy should not be undermined. So why is she doing this? Let’s go to Westminster and our senior political correspondent Beth Rigby gives us the inside track.

Good morning, Eamonn. You summoned perfectly that. The issue Theresa May had was, or has is that Labor’s day have tabled a motion insisting that the government give the parliament, give MPs a chance to properly scrutinize what her Brexit strategy might look like before she triggers, as you say, Eamonn, article 50 which are the formal negotiation talks next March the latest. MP is very unhappy that while Britons have voted to leave the EU, our parliament doesn’t seem to have any saying in the negotiation strategy that Theresa May is going to put forward. And her problem is that, if it was just Labor who had this issue, then she could ignore parliament. But she’s got load of MPs on her own benches pre-European MPs and even people that wanted to leave the EU think they should have to say. So what does she have to do? Is she had to have a climb-out and table an amendment saying that she is going to allow this Labor motion to pass potentially, but she insists the amendment that doesn’t intend to undermine the negotiation position of the government. Now this is all parliamentary ping-pong. What does it actually mean? What it means is that the parliament might get more scrutiny of what her negotiations might look like, and it also tells you that she’s gonna have a hell of ride through parliament and with her MPs to get this Brexit negotiation through, because she’s only got a working majority of 16 MPs, and she’s got many, many more on her back benches. X that figure X want more scrutiny over her Brexit strategy.
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The Prime Minister has moved to see off her rebellion and her back bench. She’s had the key Brexit debate in the Commons later today. Theresa May would allow MPs to back Labor calls for more scrutiny of her Brexit strategy before she triggers Article 50 to begin withdraw. Ms. May says the referendum result must be respected, and the government’s negotiating strategy should not be undermined. So why is she doing this? Let’s go to Westminster and our senior political correspondent Beth Rigby gives us the inside track.

Good morning, Eamonn. You summoned perfectly that. The issue Theresa May had was, or has is that Labor’s day have tabled a motion insisting that the government give the parliament, give MPs a chance to properly scrutinize what her Brexit strategy might look like before she triggers, as you say, Eamonn, article 50 which are the formal negotiation talks next March the latest. MP is very unhappy that while Britons have voted to leave the EU, although parliament doesn’t seem to have any saying in the negotiation strategy that Theresa May is going to put forward. And her problem is that, if it was just Labor who had this issue, then she could ignore parliament. But she’s got load of MPs on her own benches pro-European MPs and even people that wanted to leave the EU think they should have to say. So what she has to do? She has to have a climb-out and table an amendment saying that she is going to allow this Labor motion to pass potentially, but she insists the amendment that doesn’t undermine the negotiation position of the government. Now this is all parliamentary ping-pong. What does it actually mean? What it means is that the parliament might get more scrutiny of what her negotiations might look like, and it also tells you that she’s gonna have a hell of ride through parliament and with her MPs to get this Brexit negotiation through, because she’s only got a working majority of 16 MPs, and she’s got many, many more on her back benches,and that figure who want more scrutiny over her Brexit strategy.
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the primary minister has moved to see off her rebellion and her back bench, she's
had the key brexit debate in the commons later today, Thersa May would allow MPs
to back Labor calls for more scrutiny of ker brexit strategy before she triggers
article 50 to begin withdraw.

Ms May says the referendum result must be respected, and the government's nego-
ciating strategy should not be underminded, so why is she doing this? let's go
to Westminster and our senior politcal correspondent Beth Rigby give us inside
track.

"Morning, Eamonn, You sumed up perfectly that, the issue Thersa May had was, or
had is tht labor's day have tabled the motion insisting the government give the
parliment, give MPs a chance to properly scrutinize what her brexit strategy
might looks before she triggers, as you say, article 50 which are the formal
negotiation talks next March the latest, MPs isvery unhappy that while Britain
has voted to leave the EU, and our parliment doesn't seem to have any saying
in the negotiating strategy that Therasa May is going to put forward, and her
problem is that, if it was just labor who had this issue, then she could ignore
parliment, but she's got load of MPs on her own benchs pre-european MPs even
people that wanted to leave the EU thinking they should have to say, so what does
she have to do? she has to have a climb down, and table an amendment saying she
is going to allow this labor motion to pass potentially, but she insist the amend-
ment that doesn't intend to undermine the negotiation position of the government,
now, this is all the parlimentary ping-pong, what does this actually mean, what
it means that the parliment might get more scrutiny of what her negotiation might
look like, and it also tells you that she's gonna have a hell of ride through
parliment with her MPs, to get this brexit negotiation through, because she's
only got a working majority of 16 MPs, she's got many many more on her back benchs,
she's not figure out who want more scrutiny over her brexit strategy"
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[Homework]2016-10-22 特蕾莎・梅首次欧盟峰会坚定脱欧

The Prime Minister has moved to see off her rebellion in her back bench. She’s had the key Brexit debate in the Commons later today. Theresa May would allow MPs to back Labor calls for more scrutiny of her Brexit strategy before she triggers Article 50 to begin withdraw. Ms. May says the referendum result must be respected, and the government’s negotiating strategy should not be undermined. So why is she doing this? Let’s go to Westminster and our senior political correspondent Beth Rigby gives us the inside track.

Newly Evans, you some did a perfectly that and the issue Theresa May had was, or has is that Labor’s day have tabled a motion insisting that the government give the parliament, give MPs a chance to properly scrutinize what her Brexit strategy might look like before she triggers, as you say, Eamonn, article 50 which are the formal negotiation talks next March the latest. MPs very unhappy that while Britons have voted to leave the EU, although parliament doesn’t seem to have any saying in the negotiation strategy that Theresa May is going to put forward. And her problem is that, if it was just Labor who had this issue, then she could ignore parliament. But she’s got load of MPs on her own benches pre-European MPs and even people that wanted to leave the EU think they should have to say. So what does she have to do? She has had to have a climb-out and table an amendment saying that she is going to allow this Labor motion to pass potentially, but she insists the amendment that doesn’t intend to undermine the negotiation position of the government. Now this is all parliamentary ping-pong. What does it actually mean? What it means is that the parliament might get more scrutiny of what her negotiations might look like, and it also tells you that she’s gonna have a hell of ride through parliament and with her MPs to get this Brexit negotiation through, because she’s only got a working majority of 16 MPs, and she’s got many, many more on her back benches enough figure who want more scrutiny over her Brexit strategy.
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[Homework]2016-10-22 特蕾莎・梅首次欧盟峰会坚定脱欧

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The Prime Minister has moved to S and her back bench, she's ahead of the key Brexit debate in the Commons later today, Teresa May would like her MPs to back Labor calls for more scutiny of her Brexit strategy before she triggers article 50 to begin withdraw, but Mrs May says the referendum result must be respected and the government's negotiation strategy should not be undermined, so why is she doing it? Let's go to Westminster our senior political correspondent Beth R gives us the inside track.
Morning Eamonn you summoned perfectly that the issue Teresa May had was or has is that Labor's day have tabled the motion insisting that the government give parliament, give MPs a chance to properly scutinize what her Brexit strategy might look like before she triggers as you said article 50 which are the formal negotiation talks next March the latest, MPs are very unhappy that while Britons have voted  to leave the EU, our own parliament doesn't seem to have any say in the negotiation strategy that Teresa May is going to put forward, and her problem is that if it was just Labor who had this issue, then she could ignore parliament, but she's got loads of MPs on her own benches, pro European MPs and even people that want to leave the EU that think they should have a say, so what she has to do is she has to have a climb down, and table an amendment say that she is going to allow this Labor motion to pass potentially, but she insists in the amendment that it doesn't intend to undermine the negotiation position of the government, now this is all parliamentary pingpang, what does it actually mean, what it means is that parliament might get more scrutiny of what her negotiations might look like, and it also tells you that she's going to have a hell of a ride through parliament and with her MPs to get these Brexit negotiations through, because she's only got a working majority of 16 MPs, and she's got many many more on her back benches, and that figure who want more scrutiny over her Brexit strategy.

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[Homework]2016-10-22 特蕾莎・梅首次欧盟峰会坚定脱欧

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The prime minister have moved to see on for a bejin and by benches had a key, brexit debate in the commons later today. Theresa May would allow MPs to back call for more scrutny of her brexit strategy before she trig a triggers article 50 to begin withdrawl. Theresa May says the refer result must be respected and the government negotiating strategy should not be undermined. So why is she doing this? Let's go to Westminster our senior political correspondent Beth Regby give us the inside track. Morning Emen, you summoned perfectly that. The issue Theresa May had was or has is the labor's day have tabled the motion insist government give parliament give MPs. A chance to properly screw tonight were her brexit strategy might look like before she trigs as she say amen article 50 which the formal negotiation talks next to March the latest. MPs are very unhappy while Britain voted to leave the EU. Our parliament dosen't seem to have any saying of the negotiation stratgy that Theresa May is going to put forward. And her problem is that if it's just Labor who have this issue,then she can ignore parliament, but she's got lords of MPs on her own benches. A pre European MPs even people that want to leave the EU, they should have to say, so what's she has to do, is she had to have a climb down. A table amendment saying she is going to allow this Labor motion to pass potentially. But she insists the amendment that dosen't undermine the negtiate position to the government, now this is all parliamenty pingpong, what does it actully mean. What it means is the parliament might get more scrutny of what the negotiation might look like and also tells you that she's gonna have hell of ride through parliament with her MPs to get this brexit negotiation through. Because she's only got work majority of sixty MPs and she's got many many more on her back benches, and not figure she will more scrutny over her brexit stratgy.

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