I won't be pushed around by Brussels, insists Theresa May

I won't be pushed around by Brussels, insists Theresa May as she insists UK would get through no-deal and 'thrive' Prime Minister stood by Government's controversial Chequers exit plan It was despite continued sniping against it from Conservative benches  PM also dismissed calls for a 'people's vote' on the terms of withdrawal

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Published: 00:22 BST, 2 September 2018 | Updated: 00:22 BST, 2 September 2018

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Theresa May has insisted she will not be pushed around by Brussels as Brexit negotiations heat up as EU withdrawal nears.

The Prime Minister stood by the Government's controversial Chequers exit plan despite continued sniping against it from Tory benches.

Writing in the Sunday Telegraph, Mrs May said: 'I will not be pushed into accepting compromises on the Chequers proposals that are not in our national interest.'

Prime Minister Theresa May (pictured visiting Cape Town last week) has insisted she will not be pushed around by Brussels

Prime Minister Theresa May (pictured visiting Cape Town last week) has insisted she will not be pushed

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