Brexit Deal

    • Million people attend Brexit protest

      Million people attend Brexit protest

      Hundreds of thousands are marching through central London calling for another EU referendum, as MPs search for a way out of the Brexit impasse. According to a statement made by the organisers of the "Put It To The People" campaign, more than a million people have joined the march before rallying in front of Parliament, putting the count on a par with the biggest march of the century, the Stop the War march in 2003.

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    • British PM in hectic search of a Brexit solution

      British PM in hectic search of a Brexit solution

      British PM Theresa May's Brexit plans were once again thrown in disarray on Tuesday after parliament's Speaker John Bercow denied putting her Brexit deal for a third vote after it was defeated twice by MPs. According to him, this could happen only after the PM changes her proposal substantially. Bercow said his ruling, based on a convention dating back to 1604, did not prevent the government reshaping its proposition, or securing a vote in parliament to override his ruling.

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    • May warns of long delay to Brexit unless her deal backed

      May warns of long delay to Brexit unless her deal backed

      British PM Theresa May’s warned lawmakers that unless they approved her Brexit divorce deal, Britain’s exit from the EU could face a long delay and could involve taking part in European parliament elections in late May, news wires reported. May urged Brexit supporters to ratify her deal before a European Council summit on 21 March or face a delay to Brexit way beyond June 30 that would even open up the possibility that the entire divorce could be ultimately shelved.

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    • Britain to seek divorce delay

      Britain to seek divorce delay

      British lawmakers expectedly voted overwhelmingly last Thursday evening to seek a delay in Britain’s exit from the EU, news wires reported. By 412 votes to 202 they approved a motion allowing PM Theresa May to ask the EU for a short delay if parliament can agree on a Brexit deal by 20 March, or a longer delay if no deal can be agreed in time.

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    • British parliament rejects no-deal Brexit

      British parliament rejects no-deal Brexit

      British MPs voted late on Wednesday to reject leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement. The decision only means that now another vote is needed - on delaying Brexit. That vote would take place on Thursday, and if it is passed - and the EU agrees to it - the UK will not leave the EU as planned on 29 March.

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    • Brexit must happen until 26 May

      Brexit must happen until 26 May

      Theresa May has agreed a revised Brexit deal in last-ditch talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, as she seeks to avoid a crushing Commons defeat in today's vote. According to a statement, made by Theresa May three important changes to the withdrawal deal were made and they are aimed at providing additional legal guarantees that the UK can’t be trapped indefinitely inside the backstop arrangement.

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    • May given two weeks to settle Brexit impasse

      May given two weeks to settle Brexit impasse

      British PM Theresa May was given on Wednesday a two week reprieve from British lawmakers, after she agreed to a possible delay to Britain's departure from the EU, news wires reported. After months of saying that Britain must leave the EU on time on 29 March, May opened up the possibility of a short limited extension to the exit date.

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    • Theresa May renews efforts for Brexit deal change

      Theresa May renews efforts for Brexit deal change

      Facing a growing threat that she will be forced to delay Brexit weeks before Britain is due to leave the EU, British PM Theresa May renewed her efforts to squeeze a deal change, news wires reported. At the EU/Arab League summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, she met the EU leaders to try to win support for her efforts to make her deal more attractive to parliament, where frustrated MPs are trying to wrest control of Brexit from the government.

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    • Theresa May once again delays Brexit vote in parliament

      Theresa May once again delays Brexit vote in parliament

      British Prime Minister Theresa May promised on Sunday to bring a vote on her Brexit deal back to parliament by 12 March, which represents the latest delay in her attempts to win approval for a plan to ease Britain’s departure from the EU. In a statement, May explained there would be no vote on the deal this week because her team had further meetings in Brussels to secure the kind of changes lawmakers say they need to pass it.

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