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Brexit battles are getting bloodier

Britain's inability to leave the EU in time already affects British and European politics. On the same day that Brexit (for the second time) did not take place, Nigel Farage, former EU leader UKIP, launched his new political movement, the Brexit Party. Farage, a member of the European Parliament since 1999, says his party will appeal to voters across the …

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Britain and the EU agree to postpone the Brexit deadline until 31 October

European leaders and British Prime Minister Theresa May agreed Wednesday to push for the final deadline for the United Kingdom's withdrawal until Halloween. The President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, warned British politicians "not to waste this time" without ratifying a formal withdrawal agreement. [UK] UK should leave the EU on Friday, but May hastened to an emergency summit …

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The EU. Seems ready to put the Brexit on ice. But how long?

BRUSSELS – European politicians come to Brussels on Wednesday evening as they – unfortunately, but necessarily – go to the dentist to give the embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May another Brexit extension. Britain's resignation The European Union will be delayed, senior European officials and diplomats say, to avoid a tough no-deal on Friday night. The main discussion will be …

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Brexit delay to be decided at EU summit

Sean Gallup | Getty Images News | Getty Images British Prime Minister Theresa May arrives for a two-day summit of European Union leaders on March 21, 2019 in Brussels, Belgium. European leaders want to decide on Wednesday to grant the U.K. April 12

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Brexit: Substantial obstacles to cross-party talks

Copyright EPA Caption The Labor Negotiation Team consists of Rebecca Long Bailey and Sir Keir Starmer "Are you serious?" Labor and the Conservatives are asking the same question separately tonight – wondering if their political rivals are really looking for a common cause. Guess, just for a change, the leadership of the two major parties in Westminster is experiencing intense …

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US jobs data, trade talks, Brexit in focus

U.S. Pat. economy added 196,000 jobs in March, beating economists' prediction of 175,000 jobs. "I really think that killed." 20,000 number, "Richard Jerram, chief economist at Bank of Singapore, told CNBC's" Squawk Box "on Monday, in reference to the US economy was "falling off a cliff" after the previous jobs data showed growth of just 20,000 in February. Jerram described …

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May makes Brexit with lab at the last minute while the clock shuts off

British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a rebellion in her own party when lawmakers were angry that she had turned to Labor to deliver the Brexit. Despite the Prime Minister's best efforts to persuade legislators to support their European Union divorce agreement, it has now been rejected three times in the House of Commons. May said, "There is no sign …

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