'Tell us what you want,' German minister says to Britain
Wednesday, 13 March 2019 () Britain must tell the European Union what it wants from an agreement on its exit from the bloc, Germany's Europe minister said on Wednesday after London's parliament rejected a negotiated withdrawal agreement for the second time.
According to Reuters, British Prime Minister Theresa May was heading for defeat on Tuesday on her plans to leave the European Union as skeptical members of her own party appeared ready to defy her warning that Britain might not leave the EU at all if they voted against her.
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