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Brexit: Theresa Mays Wende, as British MPs have the election news

London, United Kingdom – In a speech to the British House of Commons, British Prime Minister Theresa May has left the bloc rejected the extension of Article 50, the part of the Treaty on European Union that allows Member States. On Tuesday, the MP said that they would have the last word on whether the UK would leave the EU …

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No deal off the table? A Brexit could change the course

May faces not only ultimatums from members of his own cabinet, but also from the opposition Labor Party, before parliamentary votes on "amendments" to the May Brexit Agreement of May take place – and which direction Brexit could next determine. 19659002] Union leader Jeremy Corbyn announced on Monday the shock announcement that the party would support another Brexit referendum if …

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Labor leader supports under pressure a new Brexit referendum

LONDON – The British opposition Labor party said on Monday it was ready to support a second referendum on leaving the European Union, a shift that could have a significant impact on the fate of Brexit and the country's future. After the resignations of nine Labor Party members last week and the prospect of more members, Jeremy Corbyn's protracted opposition …

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Labor prepares for new Brexit referendum

Image copyright Reuters Labor said it was ready to support another EU referendum to prevent a "harmful Tory Brexit". Jeremy Corbyn will later inform Labor MEPs that the party will support another vote if their own Brexit deal is rejected on Wednesday. Vicky Young, BBC, said it was a very "significant" development as Mr. Corbyn was "lukewarm" about the idea …

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UK's delay in May votes on Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday that she is delaying the next parliamentary vote on a Brexit deal until 12th March. May, who traveled to Egypt on Sunday, told reporters that she and her team would visit Brussels According to Associated Press and Reuters, changes to the agreement with European Union (EU) leaders will be discussed on Tuesday. …

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Brexit anger and insecurity can be explained by fish

For the uninitiated, the fog seems to obscure a landmark, blocking the occasional cormorant marker on a buoy, but the captain of the boat is not irritated. "You're a hunter, but you can not see anything It's like hunting bears with blindfolds." This is how Matt Varndell describes his day at work for shells. Given the political dangers, the economic …

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The Brexit must not be frustrated, swears Theresa May

Image Caption Getty Images The Brexit vote must not be frustrated, and the government must have an "absolute" focus on delivering it, said Theresa May. In Speaking to the Tory activists, the Prime Minister said when their negotiations with the EU reached their final phase, "the worst thing we can do is lose focus". It came when three EU Cabinet …

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Brexit delay in sight as Cabinet ministers split in May

Three high-ranking British ministers have warned Theresa May that Britain's exit from the European Union should be delayed if there is no breakthrough in their deal in the next few days. British newspaper Daily Mail, Cabinet Members Amber Rudd, David Gauke and Greg Clark have signaled that they will support a vote in parliament to extend the extension of Article …

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HSBC misses profit, blames Brexit for tensions in the trade

HSBC Holdings PLC reported lower-than-expected earnings in the fourth quarter as the troubled financial markets, tensions between the US and China and Brexit uncertainty weighed on the global bank. HSBC shares surpassed 2% in Hong Kong after revenue in late 2018. The bank said clients were holding back from business activity as markets became volatile last year and generated sales …

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