Deal or no deal: From Brexit's expected cost, to bracing for potential breakup chaos
Tuesday, 15 January 2019 A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: the numbers behind Brexit, deal or no deal; Theresa May has a long night ahead, no matter which way the Brexit-deal vote goes; Britons are stockpiling goods in case Brexit plunges the economy into chaos.
According to Reuters, Britain's Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union will stay in his post if the Brexit deal is voted down in Parliament. Brexit minister Stephen Barclay said that he intends to remain in his position, even if the UK leaves the EU on March 29th without withdrawal...
The British government must submit a different proposition to parliament to the one it lost last week if it wants to hold another vote on its Brexit plans, the parliament's speaker, John Bercow, said..
According to Reuters, Prime Minister Theresa May’s government was scrambling on Sunday to get support in parliament for her Brexit deal, aiming to persuade doubters with threats and promises to avoid..
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..
In the latest in a marathon of votes this week, Britain's parliament has voted to seek a delay to Brexit. That doesn't mean it's all off -- Prime Minister Theresa May is still pushing her reviled deal,..
MPs have voted by 412 to 202 to delay Brexit beyond March.
The UK is scheduled to leave in just two weeks, but the decision by parliament means May will now request an Article 50 extension of at least..
Britain's Parliament delivered a crushing defeat to Prime Minister Theresa May's European Union divorce deal Tuesday, plunging the Brexit process into chaos just... Firstpost Also reported by •Denver Post •SBS •FT.com •Independent
By William James and Alistair Smout LONDON (Reuters) - The Northern Irish party that props up Prime Minister Theresa May's government said it had good talks with... Firstpost Also reported by •Newsday •FT.com