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Brexit Live Updates: UK Debates Delay E.U. Departure

• After the fast approaching deadline of 29 March and no agreement on a deal reached in the UK, Parliament will vote at 17.00. Thursday, whether the planned deduction date of the country from the European Union to be pushed back. • Legislators twice rejected the resignation agreement proposed by Prime Minister Theresa May by pushing margins higher. They continued …

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Brexit deal, books and China's economic data in focus

Asia will have to deal with Brexit only with serious contagion effects, only in the unlikely event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal known as hard Brexit, said Rob Subbaraman of Nomura in a note. He added that this would likely plunge the UK economy into recession and lead to a sharp devaluation of the pound. "The …

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5 Things You Should Know for March 13th: College Fraud, Boeing Jets, Brexit, Central US Storm

. 1 College Recording Scandal 2. Plane Crash in Ethiopia The Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed over the weekend struggled with "flight control issues" before the plane crashed, the airline's CEO told CNN. A number of countries have temporarily banned Boeing 737 Max jets from flying in their countries as authorities continue to investigate the air disaster. And many are still …

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Stock markets slowed by signs of slowdown, Brexit chaos By Reuters

© Reuters. The London Stock Exchange Group offices are located in London City (London), United Kingdom By Sujata Rao London (Reuters) – World stocks reported growing worries over global growth and worries over Wednesday after two days on Wednesday The British pound gained half a percent as optimism that lawmakers should rule out a no-deal Brexit rose half a percent. …

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The Brexit Plan failed again in Parliament: what happened, and what's next?

• On Tuesday, the British Parliament defeated Prime Minister Theresa May's intention to leave the European Union with 391 votes to 242 votes, which could delay Brexit and derail it completely. It is a devastating blow for Mrs. May, who threatens her position of power. • The vote leaves the nation only 17 days before the deadline for the European …

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Brexit Deal votes at the latest: The most important lawmakers will not support the plan of Theresa May

Karla Adam London correspondent for Great Britain 12. March at 11:40 am LONDON – Prime Minister Theresa May presented a skeptic with a Brexit deal with a new additional parliamentary language for a groundbreaking vote on Tuesday. However, the British leader had strong headwinds as key blocks of legislators signaled that they would not support their resignation agreement. Before May …

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Brexit Voting Updates: Theresa May gets struck

• Prime Minister Theresa May's agreement for Britain to leave the European Union will face a crucial test on Tuesday – as well as that of Ms. May herself in combat – that could shape the nation for generations to come. • British Attorney General Geoffrey Cox, who had dealt a blow to the Prime Minister, said the new legal …

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Before a crucial Brexit poll, bad news for May

LONDON – Prime Minister Theresa May's outlook on a crucial vote on Britain's exit from the European Union had been a big blow on Tuesday, when Attorney General Geoffrey Cox said last-minute changes were not fundamentally the legal status of the Change agreement. Mr. Cox's opinion will likely be crucial to the vote of the pro-Brexit conservative legislators, so his …

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