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News | Published February 12 2019

IMI Hydronic Engineering reacts to ongoing Brexit negotiations

After the Prime Minister Theresa May told MPs that she will offer them a final vote on her Brexit deal, The Parliamentary Review spoke to IMI Hydronic Engineering Regional Head of Project Sales Derek Brown about the situation.

May told parliament today that she has a "clear mandate" to renegotiate the deal after it was defeated in parliament last month, despite confirmation by the EU that they would not reopen discussions.

"I will continue to work with members across the House to build a country that works for everyone," she said.

After May stated her intention to continue with negotiations, she confirmed that further non-binding votes would be held on the 27th of February.

Brown told The Parliamentary Review in response "I believe the deep-rooted division within the governing party is the cause of the chaos we have with Brexit, irrespective of the way we exit the European Union.

"The current governing party will in my opinion never resolve issues concerning the European Union and the party whether in government or opposition."

He concluded: "While I voted to remain, I must respect the vote of the people and with this I support Theresa May's deal. I have urged my MP Tom Blake to vote to accept the deal too."

IMI design and manufacture hydronic products and solutions that help create energy-saving HVAC installations.

Authored by

William Winter
Contributor
@theparlreview
February 12 2019

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