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Brexit latest news: Common market 2.0 and second referendum up for votes

LONDON – LONDON – Karla Adam London correspondent covering the United Kingdom LONDON – After voting "no" so many times, the British Parliament may be ready to vote " aye "on something. On Monday, Parliament will again try to seize the steering wheel from Prime Minister Theresa May, as the House of Commons stages Among the top options are two …

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Theresa May expects a vote on Brexit alternatives: live updates

While everyone is looking forward to the growing opportunity that the Common Market 2.0 alternative Brexit plan will be supported by Labor and the Scottish Nationalists, let's take a look at the pros and cons of this plan. The Common Market 2.0 is a very soft Brexit in which the United Kingdom formally leaves the EU but is very closely …

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Another exciting Brexit week begins: What will happen next? | Europe

London, United Kingdom – At the beginning of another week, which should be the first after the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union, Brexit's outlook is as uncertain as ever. What happens today? A second round of non-binding "indicative votes" on Monday will test the support of alternatives to the divorce agreement of Prime Minister Theresa May …

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Brexit Options: Stay close to the EU, crash, think again

LONDON – Britain runs out of time and options for the Brexit. U.K.. The legislature has rejected the divorce agreement between the government of Prime Minister Theresa May and the European Union three times. They also voted for a number of alternatives, from leaving the bloc without an agreement to holding a second referendum on British EU membership. All options …

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Brexit: What are the MEPs voting for?

Image copyright Getty Images On Monday, MPs attend a second round of polls on alternative Brexit proposals. It is intended to see what result, if any, exists, has a majority. None of the eight proposed MEP options had received the majority of the first votes on March 27, but most of the votes were a customs union with the EU …

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Brexit: Theresa May is considering the next step to break the deadlock

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media signature Theresa May: The rejection of the EU resignation contract will have "grave" consequences. The Prime Minister is considering her next move to break Brexit's stalemate following the recent defeat of her withdrawal plan. According to government sources, reaching Theresa May's deal through the lower house is "ambitious." But MEPs will …

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Brexit: Theresa May is considering the fourth offer to complete the deal

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Signature Theresa May: Rejection of EU Resignation Treaty Will Have "Serious" Consequences Theresa May and her Cabinet are looking for ways to bring their EU resignation agreement for the fourth attempt to win MEPs' support , back to the lower house. The PM said Britain needed "an alternative way forward" after …

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Europe watches Brexit events with frustrated unbelief

BRUSSELS – The timing of Britain's exit from the European Union was apparently set in stone – March 29, 2019. When it finally arrived without Brexit, Europeans could only shake their heads in frustrated disbelief. 19659002] They saw three years of departure for how Britain would leave the EU on its own terms. On Friday, the last three votes dissolved …

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The tedious May brings a reduced Brexit deal to parliamentary vote

LONDON (Reuters) – On Friday, Prime Minister Theresa May will provide a slimmed-down version of her divorce agreement to Brexit vote in Parliament to break the deadlock with the UK's exit from the European Union. Anti-Brexit protesters stand in front of the Houses of Parliament in London, UK on March 27, 2019. REUTERS / Dylan Martinez Voting on the day …

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Brexit day is here but Britain is not leaving the EU, at least not yet

March 29, 2019 had been slated as a landmark moment in the country's history, at the same time both celebrated by pro-Brexit politicians and voters and mourned by those who wanted to remain in the EU. Lavish parties had their own independence day. Now, thanks to a Theresa May to get back to Parliament Brexit deal, today has turned out …

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