Timeline: Looking back over Brexit May 27, 2015 A referendum is promised on EU membership Divisive campaigns ensue June 23, 2016 The UK votes 'leave' by 52% to 48% percent June 24, 2016 Prime Minister David Cameron resigns and is replaced by Theresa May March 29, 2017 May triggers the formal divorce notice, Article 50 and calls a snap election June 9, 2017 May loses her majority and forms a minority government The EU and the UK thrash out the detail for a deal Nov.
13, 2018 May agrees on divorce terms with the EU Jan.
15, 2019 UK lawmakers reject her deal in a huge parliamentary defeat the biggest in modern British history March 22, 2019 May secures an exit date extension to Oct.
31 after failing to get parliamentary approval Parliament remains divided over the Northern Ireland and Ireland border May 24, 2019 May resigns July 24, 2019 Boris Johnson becomes prime minister and vows to leave with, or without, a deal Sept.
4, 2019 Lawmakers pass legislation to block a no-deal Brexit scenario and to seek a further extension if no deal is reached by Oct.
Tory former prime minister Theresa May raised concerns in the Commons overtrust, after the Government planned changes to the Withdrawal Agreement. Shesaid: “The UK Government signed the Withdrawal Agreement with the NorthernIreland protocol, this Parliament voted that Withdrawal Agreement into UKlegislation.
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Tory former prime minister David Cameron said passing an Act of Parliament andthen going on to break an international treaty obligation "is the very, verylast thing you should contemplate", saying he had serious misgivings about theInternal Market Bill.
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David Cameron has said breaking an international treaty obligation is the 'very, very last thing you should contemplate'. The former Prime Minister added that we need to keep the 'prize' of a deal with the EU in mind. Report by Browna. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden warned the United Kingdom that it must honour the Northern Irish peace deal as it extracts itself from the European Union or there would be no U.S. trade deal. Adam Reed reports.
Musician Van Morrison is railing against UK lockdowns and pandemic restrictions in three new songs. Morrison's protests despite the government's success at containing Covid-19 transmissions. His new singles feature lyrics so specific and incendiary they sound as though they were designed to be played at rallies and protests. Morrison, who is Northern Irish, released the songs as "songs of protest.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has visited a laboratory at the Jenner Institute in Oxford which is leading the research into a vaccine for Covid-19. Report by Etemadil. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party MPs continued demonstration in front of Mahatma Gandhi statue in Parliament premises over the demand of CBI inquiry into Amaravati capital land and FIBER NET scam on September 19. MPs also held placards for probe into Antarvedi Temple incident. Rajya Sabha member AAR Reddy said, "Opposition is damaging image of Andhra. There is an SIT and a cabinet sub-committee which found some clear disNationalcrepancies. We want a probe into these."
During Lok Sabha session, Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury called Centre a 'no data government'. Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said, "Government told the Parliament that it didn't maintain any data on deaths of migrant workers who were trying to reach their homes after lockdown. Reports say over 1,000 died. When we ask questions on jobs, govt says it doesn't have data. This is a 'no data govt'." He further said, "More than 2 crores salaried employees have lost their job. 14 lakh workers have no work now. How can we expect growth in such a scenario."