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Brexit: PM says critics of their deal risk democracy

Image copyright Getty Images Caption MEPs resume the debate on Ms. May's Brexit agreement on Wednesday before a vote next week The PM called on MEPs to support their Brexit deal, saying it was the only way to honor the result of the referendum and protect the economy. Theresa May wrote in the mail on Sunday that her critics – …

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Brexit Survey: Most Tory members fight against Brexit by Theresa May

LONDON – Conservative Party members overwhelmingly want MEPs to reject Theresa May's Brexit deal. More than half say they do not respect the outcome of the referendum in 2016, according to a new poll. A Friday poll of 1,215 Tory party members found that 59% have negotiated the May exit agreement with the European Union, while only 38% support it, …

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The Brexit only has a 50-50 chance, says Liam Fox

The chances of a Brexit on March 29 will be significantly reduced if MEPs vote against Theresa May's deal next month. According to International Trade Secretary Liam Fox, who told the Sunday Times that "if we do not vote for the existing resignation agreement," the chances of leaving the European Union would be "50-50" 100% Security should be the May …

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Putin: election of voters between Trump and Brexit "disregarded"

Copyright EPA Caption Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the political establishment in Britain and the US Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the British and US political classes of "disrespecting" the public by questioning the Brexit referendum and the election of Donald Trump. "They do not want to acknowledge the victory [President Trump’s]that's disrespect." Voters, "Putin said. " In Britain it's …

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Bank of England holds interest rates in the face of Brexit uncertainty

BOE policy makers have changed their forecast for quarterly economic growth from 0.3 percent to 0.2 percent in the last three months of the year. They added that the outlook for the first quarter of 2019 is likely to be similar. "Brexit's uncertainties have increased significantly since the last committee meeting," MPC members said in a December meeting summary. "These …

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Brexit preparations: Troops on standby as businesses are 'watching in horror'

The U.K. government is stepping up its preparations for a "no deal Brexit," including placing the military on standby. The Brexit – the the U.K. would leave the European Union – since citizens voted for it in 2016. "Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson told the U.K. Parliament on Tuesday. "And what we do is have 3,500 service personnel held at readiness, …

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Brexit Revote? Demands a second referendum

Brexit Revote? Calls for a second Referendum Grow Louder – WSJ The one-time campaign for a "referendum" has received prominent support The campaign for a second referendum on Brexit is gaining momentum. Photo: Tolga Akmen / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images Updated on December 18, 2018, 9:38 am ET LONDON – More than two years after the British gave their …

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A 'no-deal' Brexit might look like this

"I think no deal would be absolutely catastrophic for this country," Conservative lawmaker and former attorney general Dominic Grieve told Sky News this summer. "We've got to be realistic about this. We want to be in a state of emergency. Basic services which you have for granted may not be available. " Part of what has made the Brexit process …

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Plans to break through the current Brexit impasse may put Theresa May in even greater trouble

Sean Gallup | Getty Images News | Getty Images BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – NOVEMBER 25: British Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at a press conference after attending a special European Council meeting on Brexit on 25 November 2018 in Brussels (Belgium). Despite efforts by the Labor Party and other government political opponents in the House of Commons, it seems very unlikely …

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