May begs Parliament to accept reworked Brexit deal
Wednesday, 22 May 2019 Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday implored British MPs to back her reworked EU divorce deal but saw pro-BrexitConservatives and opposition parties savage her bid for a compromise to end months of political crisis.
According to Business Insider, British Prime Minister Theresa May offered one last concession to parliament for her Brexit deal. During a speech in central London, PM May said that if the parliament votes in favor of her Brexit deal, she will hold a second referendum vote for lawmakers. The British...
According to Reuters, the EU has suggested that the rights of UK citizens living in Europe may not be automatically protected under a no-deal Brexit.
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Signs that arch-Brexiteer Boris Johnson may be a step closer to becoming Britain's next prime minister sent the pound tumbling to a five-month low versus the euro on Tuesday as investors worried about..
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Boris Johnson is under fire at home and abroad after breaking cover to reveal his Brexit plan to a storm of criticism, while admitting he will duck a live TV... WorldNews Also reported by •Reuters •Reuters India