UK will redouble efforts to secure Brexit deal: UK PM May's spokesman
Thursday, 14 March 2019 () British government ministers agreed to redouble efforts to secure a Brexit deal, before lawmakers voted overwhelmingly to seek a delay to the country's exit from the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said.
Last-minute tweaks to Britain's deal to leave the EU triggered gains across global stocks and propelled sterling higher on Tuesday, soothing investor worries about a possible no-deal exit that has unnerved financial markets in recent months. David Pollard reports.
The EU has agreed to extend the exit date for the UK from the original 29 March deadline. PM Theresa May has to have her deal through parliament by 12 April. If she succeeds, the Brexit dat will move..
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In a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk, UK Prime Minister Theresa May asked for an extension to her Brexit deal. May has proposed postponing Brexit until June 30 in order to find a plan..
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