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GBP/USD sits at multi-day tops, just below mid-1.2900s

*   •  The USD retreats further from YTD tops and helped regain positive traction.  •  Brexit delay hopes further underpinning the GBP and remained supportive.* The GBP/USD pair finally.. - Published

EU: Can't provide legally-binding changes to the backstop

According to the latest headlines floating on the wires, the European Union reiterated that Brexit withdrawal agreement is not open to re-negotiations and they can't provide legally binding changes to.. - Published

PA Headline

Theresa May and some of her senior Cabinet ministers are engaged in a week of intense activity to try to win backing for changes to the Brexit deal.
Express and Star - Published

May to speak to every EU head in bid for Brexit deal changes

Theresa May plans to speak to every European Union leader and the European Commission chief to seek changes to her EU withdrawal agreement, days after another defeat from her own lawmakers and as..
EurActiv - Published Also reported by •Zee NewsReuters IndiaReuters

Estonian President Kaljulaid: Irish backstop can't be changed for Brexit deal

Reuters reports the recent comments delivered by the Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid on the Irish border backstop issue at the Munich Security Conference. *Key Quotes:* Asked about British.. - Published

DUP ready to say yes to Brexit deal that's suitable for entire UK: Foster

dup ready to say yes to brexit deal that's suitable for entire uk: foster
Arlene Foster has said the DUP will not be afraid to say yes to a "sensible" Brexit deal provided it works for every part of the UK.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

'Time is a luxury we don't have': With 40 days left for Brexit, KPMG says UK businesses testing their 'airbags'

KPMG said it sees the probability of the United Kingdom leaving with a Brexit deal of some kind at around 55 percent; the chances of a no-deal Brexit at around 30 percent; and the chances of no Brexit..
Firstpost - Published

May to speak to EU leaders over changes to Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May plans to speak to every EU leader and the European Commission chief to seek changes to the Withdrawal Agreement. - Published

Major new survey reveals what Leicestershire people REALLY think about Brexit

major new survey reveals what leicestershire people really think about brexit
Deal?  No Deal? Second referendum? If you're a politician you might want to look away now
Leicester Mercury - Published

May to lobby EU heads on Brexit backstop

British Prime Minister Theresa May will embark on a last-ditch mission to EU leaders in a bid to change the Irish backstop arrangement on her Brexit deal.
SBS - Published

UK PM urges Tory MPs to back Brexit deal

uk pm urges tory mps to back brexit deal
LONDON, Feb. 17 (Xinhua) -- British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday urged her conservative fellow MPs to unite and back the Brexit deal she agreed with...
WorldNews - Published

PM may not seek to reopen Brexit deal, Cabinet minister suggests

The Prime Minister may not seek to reopen the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement to make changes to the controversial Irish backstop, a Cabinet minister has suggested.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

May Urges UK Conservative Party to Unite to Pass Brexit Deal Through Parliament

RIA Nov. - Published

Irish backstop can't be changed for Brexit deal: Estonian president

There can be no changes to the Irish "backstop", an arrangement to avoid a hard border between European Union member Ireland and British-ruled Northern Ireland after Brexit, Estonian President Kersti..
Reuters - Published

'Obviously it’s a statement of fact that the UK is not within the Pacific': Australia pours cold water on British hopes of joining key trade agreement post-Brexit

'obviously it’s a statement of fact that the uk is not within the pacific': australia pours cold water on british hopes of joining key trade agreement post-brexit
· Australia's trade minister says UK will not be able to join key trade agreement straight after Brexit. · Simon Birmingham poured water on proposals from the UK to swiftly join the Comprehensive..
Business Insider - Published

Brexit: Majority of people want MPs to have free vote on Brexit deal, new poll shows

Exclusive: Two-thirds of people want MPs to have a 'free vote' in parliament when the opportunity comes up over the next few weeks
Independent - Published

What is the Put It To The People march, when is it and where will it take place?

Campaigners to renew demand for a public vote on the final Brexit deal
Independent - Published

Brexit: Leaving EU with no deal 'very adverse', says Gauke

brexit: leaving eu with no deal 'very adverse', says gauke
Cabinet minister David Gauke warns of "grave concerns" for the UK's economy and security.
BBC News - Published

No Brexit deal is better than bad deal, DUP deputy leader tells conference

No Brexit deal is better than a bad deal, a leading Democratic Unionist MP has told his party conference.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Hell freezing over more likely than a Brexit deal being agreed

hell freezing over more likely than a brexit deal being agreed
Our columnist Des Clarke offers his comical take on the news week.
Daily Record - Published

Theresa May prepares for fresh talks with EU leaders

British Prime Minister Theresa May is to return to Brussels within days to meet European Union (EU) officials in a bid to rescue her Brexit deal.
Sify - Published

May to return to Brussels in search of Brexit deal

Divisions deepen as Europhiles round on Eurosceptic ‘party within our party’ - Published

May Scrambles for Brexit Compromise With Two Weeks to Save Deal

may scrambles for brexit compromise with two weeks to save deal
More (Bloomberg) -- Follow @Brexit, sign up to our Brexit Bulletin, and tell us your Brexit story. British Prime Minister Theresa May is preparing to compromise with the European Union over the future..
WorldNews - Published

Britain could accept Brexit backstop fix outside divorce deal: EU, UK sources

Britain could accept legally-binding assurances on the disputed Irish border backstop that would not require reopening of the EU-UK Brexit deal, diplomatic sources said, in a shift from Prime Minister..
Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters

Global Financials Voice Scepticism Over Brexit Deal Amid Mounting Tensions

RIA Nov. - Published

UK PM May's spokeswoman: Government wants legally-binding changes to the withdrawal agreement

The UK PM Theresa May's spokeswoman, Alison Donnelly was out with some comments in the last hour and said that we are looking for changes to Brexit deal as soon as possible so we can bring it back for.. - Published

UK says Brexit defeat in parliament 'a hiccup'

MPs on Thursday night rejected by 303 votes to 258 a motion expressing support for Prime Minister Theresa May as she seeks changes to the Irish "backstop" in her Brexit deal.
IndiaTimes - Published

GBP/JPY bounces off lows on upbeat UK retail sales, but lacks follow-through

The GBP/JPY cross reversed an early dip to the 141.00 neighborhood, or over one-week lows, in reaction to stellar UK macro data, albeit lacked any strong follow-through. The British Pound got a.. - Published

Brexit: Theresa May pushes on with her deal after latest defeat

brexit: theresa may pushes on with her deal after latest defeat
The PM will return to Brussels "within days", despite her strategy being rejected by MPs.
BBC News - Published

UK Cabinet Min Leadsom: UK PM May will continue to seek changes to backstop

The UK Cabinet Minister Andrea Leadsom was reported by Reuters, as saying that the UK government is determined to keep no-deal Brexit on table. *Additional Comments:* UK PM May will continue to.. - Published

UK MP Baker: Govt will collapse if it relies on opposition votes for Brexit deal

The UK lawmaker and ERG Deputy Chairman Steve Baker was on the wires last minutes, noting that the UK government will collapse if it relies on the opposition votes for Brexit deal. Earlier today,.. - Published

UK PM May will fall if she relies on opposition to pass Brexit deal: lawmaker

British Prime Minister Theresa May's government will collapse if she relies on the opposition Labour Party to pass her Brexit deal, an influential pro-Brexit lawmaker said on Friday.
Reuters - Published

The UK Government’s ‘Secret Plan’ To Slash Taxes After A No-Deal Brexit – OpEd

By George Pickering* With fewer than 50 days left to go until Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union, it is becoming increasingly certain that politicians on both sides will fail to reach..
Eurasia Review - Published

Theresa May suffers defeat in Brexit vote: With only six weeks to finalise EU deal, Britain faces political instability

The defeat is symbolic rather than binding but shows how weak May's hand is as she tries to secure changes to her divorce deal from the EU in order to win backing for it in Parliament. It is likely to..
Firstpost - Published

Goldman Sachs: March 29 deadline likely to be extended for Brexit deal

Goldman Sachs analysts suggest that in the UK, as there is still no majority in the parliament for PM May’s Brexit deal, and no majority for leaving without a deal, chances are growing that the March.. - Published

Brexit: UK is backing down on demands to change the deal - Bloomberg

The UK is set to tell the European Union that it does not want to renegotiate Brexit deal, according to Bloomberg.  The government is watering down its request for changes to the contentious Irish.. - Published

May suffers another damaging defeat in Brexit saga

The House of Commons rejected a government motion intended to express MPs' support for May as she continues an 11th-hour bid to renegotiate her Brexit deal with the EU. Hardline eurosceptics in her..
IndiaTimes - Published

[UPDATE]: Theresa May Loses Yet Another Brexit Vote As Deadline Approaches

[update]: theresa may loses yet another brexit vote as deadline approaches
UK Prime Minister Theresa May sought an extension from Parliament earlier this week to negotiate her unpopular Brexit deal with the European Union, Vox reports. Parliament gave her a response earlier..
WorldNews - Published

UK PM May to continue seeking changes to Brexit deal: spokesman

British Prime Minister Theresa May will continue to seek changes to her Brexit deal, a spokesman for her office said, after she suffered a symbolic defeat in parliament on her strategy.
Reuters - Published

EUR/GBP: Downside capped as UK government losing motion, hard Brexit still on the cards

· *EUR/GBP tops out in an overbought territory to prior resistance area between 0.8813/20.* · *EUR/GBP traders tune into the UK Brexit Parliamentary vote and a series of amendments tabled and voted.. - Published

UK: Lawmakers reject government motion seeking to reaffirm support for PM May

British lawmakers have rejected PM May's main Brexit motion that seeks to reaffirm support for May's plan to seek changes to her Brexit deal, 303 vs 258. - Published

Embattled May faces bid kill off her Brexit deal within WEEKS

embattled may faces bid kill off her brexit deal within weeks
Theresa May is trying to calm a potential Tory mutiny by assuring her troops they will have another opportunity to vote by February 27, regardless of whether her renegotiation is complete.
MailOnline - Published | May urges UK lawmakers: Give me more time to get Brexit deal

With Brexit just 47 days away, the British government is asking lawmakers to give Prime Minister Theresa May more time to rework her divorce deal with the European Union
News24 - Published Also reported by •Deseret News

Give me more time to get Brexit deal: May to UK lawmakers

With Brexit just 47 days away, the British government asked lawmakers on Sunday to give Prime Minister Theresa May more time to rework her divorce deal with the European Union. Communities Secretary..
IndiaTimes - Published

Theresa May could win Parliament approval for her Brexit deal if she guarantees another referendum

theresa may could win parliament approval for her brexit deal if she guarantees another referendum
Labour MPs Peter Kyle, 48, and Phil Wilson, 59, have hatched a plan that could break the political deadlock in Parliament by offering their support in return for a second referendum.
MailOnline - Published

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