UK’s May Says No-Deal Preparations Must Continue Despite Brexit Delay – Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – UK Prime Minister Theresa May said in a letter to civil servants on Monday that preparations for a no-deal outcome should continue despite a new Brexit deadline extension agreed between London and Brussels, The Guardian reported. Report This PostOriginal article…

Hardline Brexiteer PM Would Be ‘Electoral Suicide’, Top Tory MP Warns

The remarks come amid reports members of the 1922 Committee, which includes all backbench Tories, want to remove Theresa May May as Party leader, but leave her in Downing Street until a contest to elect her successor concludes. Report This PostOriginal article…

UK Commons Speaker Faces Coup Amid Brexit Uncertainty – Reports

John Bercow, who has been speaker for nine years, has become one of the faces of Brexit and an inspiration for numerous memes with his attempts to bring order to the chaos surrounding the UK’s divorce from the EU. Although the days of beheading speakers are long gone in Britain, he could fall victim to […]

Farage Launches Brexit Party, Slams Politicians in Power as ‘Donkeys’

UK prime minister Theresa May’s European elections were the party’s “first step” in his revolution, but its “first task” was to “change politics”, Mr. Farage said. Report This PostOriginal article…

Barnier: Conservative-Labour Talks May Lead to Brexit Solution for EU to Approve

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Brexit talks between the United Kingdom’s ruling Conservative party and opposition Labour could produce a result that the European Union might agree to, Michel Barnier, the chief EU negotiator for Brexit, said Tuesday. Report This PostOriginal article…

Brexit Delay Bill Gets Royal Assent, Becomes Law – UK House of Commons

Britain’s Parliament approved legislation on Monday that would provide UK lawmakers the power to scrutinize and even alter Prime Minister Theresa May’s request that the European Union agree to delay Brexit until 30 June, Reuters reported. Report This PostOriginal article…

UK’s May Considers Giving Lawmakers Free Vote on 2nd Brexit Referendum – Report

UK’s Prime MInister Theresa May is considering giving British lawmakers a free vote on whether to hold a second Brexit referendum, looking for an opportunity to break the ongoing deadlock in talks with the opposition Labour Party, the Telegraph reported. Report This PostOriginal article…

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