British Prime Minister Theresa May is currently obtaining a respite from Brexit but there’s no pause for competitions expecting to carry over her job.

The prime minister’s Downing Street office said Monday the May Philip, and her husband, began a holiday on Saturday.

Britain’s Parliament is on an Easter break after weeks of battles that saw lawmakers refuse May’s European Union divorce bargain three occasions, until April 23.

May enjoys walking in the Welsh mountains. During a visit there in 2017, she decided to call a snap election to fortify her hands in Brexit negotiations. She lost her majority, and it has struggled since to push her EU withdrawal plans.

Asked whether May was considering a different electionspokesman James Slack said:”No.”

Many of May’s Cabinet colleagues spent the break increasing their profiles.

May has stated though with Parliament deadlocked, it’s unclear when that might occur — she will step down after Britain has ratified a divorce deal with the EU. Pro-Brexit associates of the Party are already demanding for so far failing to take Britain from the EU she quit.

Home Secretary Sajid Javid contender, gave a high-profile speech Monday on knife crime that emphasized childhood and his origins in a crime-plagued neighborhood.

Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, a top Brexiteer, warned in the Daily Telegraph that politicians must”abandon the EU, and do it properly” or face the wrath of voters.

Leaders of the 27 remaining EU countries agreed last week to delay the deadline to Brexit until Oct. 31 — that the second extension the bloc has given Britain.

If Parliament does not approve May’s withdrawal program, Britain faces an abrupt exit from that could result in a deep recession as tariffs and other obstacles are levied on U.K. exports and customs checks postpone products at British ports.

The government has held discussions with the left-of-center opposition Labour Party in an attempt to discover. So far there has been no breakthrough, however, discussions are continuing.

Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt — another possible successor to May — said getting Brexit completed was that the administration’s”absolute priority”

“This is a focal point of, not just Theresa May, but also the entire Cabinet,” Hunt told the BBC. “Everyone admits this. It’s also exactly what the nation wants as well.”


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