Deal or no deal: What happens if the PM’s Brexit plan is rejected by MPs?
Tuesday, 4 December 2018 () MPs will begin five days of debates later on Tuesday ahead of a meaningful vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal – the most important parliamentary decision in decades. The Prime Minister will start the debate knowing she faces an uphill task in convincing enough members of her own party, let alone the opposition, to vote it through. Debates will take place on December 4, 5 and 6 this week, and December 10 and 11 next week, with up to eight hours allotted to it each day. The Brexit deal explained. #BackTheBrexitDeal pic.twitter.com/HvWdvqHRdo— Theresa May (@theresa_may) November 23, 2018 After days of debates they will...
MPs passed an amendment brought by Dominic Grieve aimed at giving them greater role in what happens if May's deal is rejected. Report by Duffys. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
As the prospect of a no deal Brexit looms some companies in the UK have started stockpiling goods ahead of Britain leaving the EU in March 2019. As Francis Maguire reports, there are growing signs the..
As the prospect of a no-deal Brexit looms, some companies in the UK have started stockpiling goods ahead of Britain leaving the EU in March 2019. The world's fifth-largest economy risks stumbling into..
Theresa May is struggling to stave off a landslide defeat of her Brexit deal in parliament next week. In a last ditch bid to save her deal she offers MPs a vote on the controversial Brexit 'backstop'...
Theresa May’s Brexit plan is on the ropes. Parliamentary correspondent Patrick Daly looks at what happens if Parliament rejects her deal Grimsby Telegraph - UKAlso reported by •The News Articles •Belfast Telegraph