According to Reuters, Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plans hit another snag.
House of Commons Speaker John Bercow said the government could not table the same withdrawal agreement for an upcoming vote in parliament.
The Brexit deal Prime..
According to Reuters, senior diplomats in the bloc said European Union leaders could hold off making any final decision on any Brexit delay when they meet in Brussels later this week. The senior national diplomats in Brussels spoke on Monday afternoon..
According to Business Insider, YouGov insists that the general public supports holding a second referendum on the decision to leave the European Union if the UK government attempts to Brexit without a deal.
With the current deadline set for March 29,..
Theresa May could pull a planned third vote on her Brexit deal because she is likely to lose it. Downing Street could delay a third meaningful vote, which had been scheduled for Tuesday, until after a key summit of European Union leaders on Thursday...
British Prime Minister Theresa May is being pushed against the wall regarding her Brexit procedures. An EU executive announced Britain will be required to justify any request to postpone Brexit beyond the end of the month of March. Reuters reports..
Both parties agreed to a "legally binding joint instrument" to ensure that the EU cannot try to trap the U.K. in the backstop.
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The Government has secured “legally-binding” changes to the Brexit deal after Theresa May made a last-minute dash to Strasbourg for talks on the eve of a crucial vote in the House of Commons. The Prime Minister’s de facto deputy David Lidington..
A recent Reuters poll found that and a majority of economists say that a delay of a few months fromBritain’s scheduled departure from the European Union on March 29 is good and that the two sides will eventually agree a free-trade deal. Prime..
According to Reuters, three EU officials said on Tuesday that the European Union would be ready to approve a short Brexit delay should Britain need more time to ensure parliamentary ratification of their divorce agreement.
EU leaders have..
British Prime Minister Theresa May met EU leaders in Egypt in Monday hoping to get changes to the withdrawal agreement that might get her deal through the UK parliament. Otherwise, as Francis Maguire reports, she faces the prospect of no deal or an..
The FT's Vanessa Kortekaas on the top stories making the news in the week ahead, including EU leaders meeting in Brussels to discuss the bloc’s long term budget and the union's future leadership
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Some EU leaders are rethinking their stance on refugees following the recent shocking images of the body of a three-year-old Syrian boy on a Turkish beach. The FT's Peter..
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s 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 businesses brace for a..
According to Reuters, Ireland’s foreign minister said the parliamentary defeat for Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit strategy has increased doubt among European Union states that she can seal a departure agreement. Minister Simon Coveney said..
According to Reuters, British Prime Minister Theresa May said EU leaders have a desire to ensure the UK exits the block with a deal.
With less than two months before the United Kingdom is scheduled to depart the European Union, the British Parliament..
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker welcomed Theresa May for talks on 7 February 2019, where the Prime Minister pleaded with EU leaders to change the Brexit divorce deal she negotiated last year. She later met with Donald Tusk who caused..
The European Union on Thursday promised to work with Theresa May on “whether a way through can be found” to avoid the disruption of a no-deal Brexit.
This, after the British prime minister demanded changes to the divorce deal to get it through..
A cool handshake for the cameras with Juncker did little to conceal the tension in Brussels, just 50 days before Britain could leave the European Union without measures in place to keep trade flowing freely. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Theresa May has departed 10 Downing Street for crunch Brexit talks in Brussels where she will try and negotiate changes to the Northern Ireland backstop. The Prime Minister is meeting EU leaders in the wake of the latest war of words between the two..
According to Reuters, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday that there will have to be changes to the Brexit agreement if the European Union wants Britain to leave with a deal.
Earlier, several EU leaders ruled out reopening..
EU leaders accuse Theresa May of lacking ideas as UK MPs send her back to Brussels to ask for an "alternative" to the Irish backstop. Leave voting political commentator Iain Dale thinks is more about compromise.