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May calls for Brexit delay from E.U. as a government in Britain remains in crisis

LONDON – The chaos and dysfunction of the British government was in full swing on Wednesday. Prime Minister Theresa May called for a brief delay in Britain's exit from the European Union after embittering in her Cabinet for her prolonged extension plan The Cabinet deadlock underscored the government's political crisis as the deadline for withdrawal Britain from the block approached. …

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How the British parliament speaker made Brexit difficult

On Monday, House Chairperson John Bercow has decided that Prime Minister Theresa May can not bring her Brexit deal to Parliament for a third vote – at least in the current form of the deal. Considering that the European Union has done so After negotiating the terms of Brexit, Bercow is a major obstacle. So far, May had been hoping …

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Federal Reserve, Brexit vote in focus

Gold prices eased on Monday as equity market gains detracted from the precious metal's appeal prior to a US Federal Reserve meeting this week. Spot gold fell 0.2 percent to $ 1,299.13 per ounce at 0443 GMT. US gold futures fell 0.3 percent to $ 1,299 an ounce. The US Federal Reserve will begin its interest rate session on Tuesday, …

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Theresa May asks MEPs for an "honorable compromise" at Brexit

Image copyright PA Theresa May has asked MEPs to make an "honorable compromise" as she tries to ask them for the third time whether they support their Brexit deal. In a letter to the Sunday Telegraph, the Prime Minister said a failure to support the agreement would mean that "we will not leave the EU for many months, if any". …

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Five Things You Should Know for March 15: Attacks in New Zealand, North Korea, Brexit, Climate Protests

At least 49 people were killed in Christchurch after gunmen opened fire on two mosques. Dozens more have been injured, many seriously, and the death toll is expected to increase. Three men and one woman were arrested, a 28-year-old man charged with murder. Witnesses say that the man has run in and opened fire on innocent worshipers. Prime Minister Jacinda …

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Parliament is on the verge of Brexit

Every time I believe that British MPs hit the ground, they sink deeper. The House of Commons has just decided that Britain will not leave the EU without explicit permission from Brussels, or, as Europhiles absurdly formulates it, Britain will not allow it to conclude with "No Deal." Deprived of any prospect of a fair outcome. The Eurocrats now know …

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Brexit Live Updates: Parliament votes to delay British E.U. Departure

• With only 15 days left before Britain's exit from the European Union and no consensus on how to do that, Parliament voted on Thursday to postpone the fast approaching departure date. • With the smallest margins Prime Minister Theresa May struck down a power game by lawmakers seeking to withdraw control of the Brexit process. They also voted against …

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Brexit: Parliament to vote on delay, rejects a second referendum for now

Karla Adam London correspondent covering the United Kingdom March 14 at 1:55 PM LONDON Brexit – maybe for weeks , perhaps for months – after Prime Minister Theresa May's plans for leaving the European Union have been rejected by a rough Parliament trying to wrestle out of the government. So, lawmakers on Thursday voted against holding a second Brexit referendum, …

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Brexit Amendments: What could MEPs vote on?

Image copyright European Photopress Agency MEPs will later vote on whether the UK should seek EU permission to postpone Brexit beyond 29 March. Backbench MPs and Opposition parties have tabled eleven amendments to show what they want to do next. Speaker John Bercow has selected four amendments to the debate, although not all are expected to be put to the …

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