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Brexit Delay OK & # 39; d By E.U. – Two weeks or maybe two months: NPR

British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves after a media conference at an E.U. Summit in Brussels on Friday. Frank Augstein / AP hide caption switch caption Frank Augstein / AP British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves after a media conference at an E.U. Summit in Brussels on Friday. Frank Augstein / AP In the corridors of the European Building in …

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E.U. Approves Brexit Extension, but Chaotic Departure Still Looms

BRUSSELS – European Union leaders on Thursday agreed to extend the deadline for Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May and the British Parliament. Thursday's agreement effectively averted the possibility of a disorderly and possibly chaotic departure by Britain on March 29. After hours of difficult and sometimes passionate talks, the leaders decided that Britain's exit will be pushed back to May …

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5 things for March 21: New Zealand, Brexit, Boeing, spa scandal, depression

. 1 New Zealand Less than a week after the Christchurch attacks, New Zealand takes serious action against the gun laws. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced today that all semi-automatic weapons, assault rifles and heavy-duty magazines will be banned in the military style. The proposal goes to Parliament in the first week of April. Previously, New Zealand leaders could classify …

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Brexit: "Tired" needs a decision, says Theresa May

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Caption Theresa May: "I'm not ready to postpone Brexit until June 30" Theresa May talked to the public directly about Brexit: "I'm on your side." The PM said downing Street people are "tired of war and political games," and it was "high time" for MPs to take a decision on what …

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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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