Archive for December 5th, 2018

Brexit latest: Will DUP vote down Theresa May’s Brexit deal?



THERESA May’s precarious Brexit deal needs the Democratic Unionist Party's support in Parliament next Tuesday - but will the Northern Irish party support the key vote?

May suffers defeats as Brexit debate begins


British Prime Minister Theresa May suffered embarrassing defeats on Tuesday at the start of five days of debate over her plans to leave the European Union that could determine the future of Brexit and ...

British government issues Brexit advice after lawmakers vote for contempt


Dec. 5 (UPI) --The government of British Prime Minister Theresa May issued legal advice for its Brexit deal Wednesday, after Parliament found it in contempt for not sharing the information -- an unpre...

Theresa May urged to delay Brexit vote by ministers – and could make last-ditch plea to the EU for help


It has been dubbed “63 minutes of Mayhem” and the moment Jeremy Corbyn accused the Prime Minister of being “in office but not in power”. With Mrs May becoming the first Prime Minister in 40 years to b...

Brexit: Contempt ruling is largely symbolic


The motion was passed because of May's failure to release legal advice given to her cabinet about the deal she has reached with the European Union on the terms of the country's turbulent "Brexit" from ...

Reality Check: Legal advice on the Brexit deal


The government has been forced to publish the legal advice given to Prime Minister Theresa May by the Attorney General on the proposed backstop plan, to avoid a hard border in Ireland under all circum...

Brexit: No deal would ‘have impact on protecting public’


Leaving the EU with no deal would have "an impact on protecting the public", according to the home secretary. Opening the second day of debate over the PM's Brexit withdrawal agreement, Sajid Javid ba...
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