Theresa May leaves the troubles of Brexit far behind as she arrives for a holiday in Lake Garda

Mail Online | 7/27/2019 | Isabella Nikolic For Mailonline
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The UK's former Prime Minister has been spotted relaxing at Lake Garda in Sirmione, Italy, aboard a boat with her husband Philip.

Theresa May stepped on to the decking cutting a much more casual figure than has been seen in recent weeks, as she donned a pair of sunglasses and Converse trainers.

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And the Mays are no strangers to Lake Garda, as they have been there on holiday for at least the past two years.

Strolling around their favoured holiday jaunt the pair seemed at ease in the tranquil setting.

Mrs - May - Role - Prime - Minister

Mrs May, who was succeeded in her role as Prime Minister by Boris Johnson, has taken a break and left behind the Brexit troubles that plagued her last job.

Back in the UK, Mr Johnson has 'absolutely' ruled out calling a general election before the country leaves the European Union on October 31.

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His comments came as he faces mounting European resistance to his call for the Brexit deal to be renegotiated.

The new Prime Minister has made clear the deal thrashed out by Brussels with Theresa May is dead and he will take the UK out of the EU on Halloween, with or without a new agreement.

Ireland - UK - 'collision - Course - EU

But Ireland claimed he has put the UK on a 'collision course' with the EU, while France stressed the existing deal will not be renegotiated.

Opposition from the EU to reopening the draft deal coupled with parliamentary resistance to a no-deal Brexit had fuelled speculation that Mr Johnson will go to the country in an effort to secure an outright majority in the Commons.

Mr - Johnson - Visit - Birmingham - People

But Mr Johnson, speaking during a visit to Birmingham, said: 'The British people voted in 2015, in 2016, in 2017.

'What they want us to do is deliver on their mandate, come out of the EU on October 31.

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'They don't want another electoral event,...
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