Theresa May from Brexit insist Britain is not turning its back on the world
On Wednesday British Prime Minister Theresa May said that the Brexit vote to leave the European Union was not a rejection of multilateralism but a demand for accountability. According to May It was a clear demand for decisions and accountability to lie closer to home, her address to the annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations.
The prime minister later discussed the scope for a big and ambitious Us trade deal with United State President Donald Trump, she met the US President on the sidelines of the annual UN gathering, and agreed the UK’s exit from the EU on 29 March 2019 was a “wonderful opportunity” for a far-reaching trade agreement with the US. When Mr. Trump visits the UK on July, the president said that backtracked on claims he was said to have made in a newspaper interview that Mrs. May’s Brexit strategy made doing a trade deal harder. Mr. Trump questioned the role of an institution like the UN, saying the “ideology of globalism” had run its course and the US under his leadership was pursuing a ” doctrine of patriotism”
In Mrs May speech to the UN, she said that to reassure those who fear the UK’s departure from the EU next March will see the country turning in on itself and disengaging from pressing international problems, Citing the UK’s continued membership of the G7, G20, and Nato among other collective bodies, she said there was “no single model for balancing the democratic demands of our public with the imperative to co-operate internationally, she added there were still several weeks of intense negotiation to be one with the EU and argued that Brexit brought a “Sharper focus” to existing effort to prepare the UK economy for the future.