UK: No Brexit vote this week unless it has 'prospect of success' - The Guardian
Monday, 18 March 2019 According to The Guardian's live politics blog, British Prime Minister Theresa May said that there won't be a Brexit vote this week unless it has 'prospect of success'.
Meanwhile, "Spent the morning discussing Brexit with Foreign Ministers in Brussels. General curiosity and concern about Brexit votes in Parliament. Like us though they want it resolved and fear Brexit paralysis," British Foreign Minister Hunt recently tweeted out.
According to a report by Reuters, Nigel Farage joined protesters at the start of a 270 mile march over what they call a betrayal of the Brexit vote. The protest comes after another tumultuous week for Prime Minister Theresa May in which parliament rejected her divorce deal for a second time and...
British Prime Minister Theresa May hinted on Friday that she might not bring her European Union withdrawal deal back to parliament for a third time next week if there was not enough support for it to..
The House of Commons voted on Wednesday evening to reject a no-deal Brexit in a significant blow to the prime minister. The House of Commons voted by 312 to 308 to endorse an amendment which asked MPs..