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Theresa May is expected to meet Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Leader. She said she wanted to break the deadlock in passing the Brexit Referendum. Mr Corbyn wanted the customs union and workers rights to be the priority of the Brexit Referendum. With this move the Brexiters are disappointed as they claim that the PM is ..
Topics: Brexit • Brexit negotiations • British MPs • European Union • Euroscepticism in the United Kingdom • Government of the United Kingdom • House of Commons of the United Kingdom • Jeremy Corbyn • Political positions of Jeremy Corbyn • Theresa May • United Kingdom European Union membership referendum
The alternates for the Brexit were put for voting on Monday. The lawmakers failed yet again to pass the alternatives of Brexit. Even the soft deal of Brexit was rejected. There were 4 options of alternate put for voting and all the four options were rejected. Following this the PM May has to brief the ..
The Paliament of Britain is deadlocked over Brrexit issue. A vacuum means the PM May has no leverage to compromise with the lawmakers as they took over the control of parliamentary agenda to debate on alternatives to her Brexit deal. In 2016, 52% voted in favour of Brexit when she proposed the deal against 48%. ..
For the third time, the Britain lawmakers rejected the exit of Britain from the European Union. With the deadline fast approaching, over 3 weeks left, the British government is unable to gain a majority over the issue. It is due to leave EU on April 12. The date was already postponed from March 22. There ..
Topics: Brexit • Brexit negotiations • British MPs • Creative works • European Union • Euroscepticism in the United Kingdom • Theresa May • United Kingdom European Union membership referendum • Withdrawal from the European Union
Britain’s MPs have once again rejected the Brexit deal, presented by the Prime Minister Theresa May, thereby handing her a fresh defeat and thwarting her efforts to walk UK out of the European Union. In a fresh vote on Friday, the MPs voted 344 to 286 against the withdrawal agreement which was basically as stripped-down ..
Topics: Brexit • Brexit negotiations • British MPs • European Union • European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Act • European Union (Withdrawal) Act • Government of the United Kingdom • Northern Ireland Protocol • Theresa May