Brexit looks like it will not happen on the 31st October

Brexit Should Not Take Place on 31st October, the EU will Debate an Umpteenth Report

New snub for Boris Johnson: the House of Commons on Tuesday approved the new divorce Brexit agreement with the EU, but demanded a longer period to consider it. Double slice vote in the House of Commons. British MPs approved Tuesday 22nd October 2019 in principle, by 329 votes to 299, the new Brexit agreement concluded by their Prime Minister […]

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Brexit negotiations between London and Brussels stalled

Brexit: Negotiations Between London and Brussels Stalled

EXIT: The European Union has given the UK government until the end of the week to present a satisfactory Brexit agreement Three weeks ahead of Brexit, scheduled for October 31, tensions between the UK and the European Union continue to escalate, with Brussels accusing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson of playing with the “future of Europe”. The European Union has given the British […]

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A delay of six months for Brexit has been offered by the European Union

Brexit: A Delay of Six Months offered to the United Kingdom

On the night of Wednesday 10th to Thursday 11th April, 2019, European leaders have validated the postponement of Brexit, up to the 31st October. European leaders and Theresa May agreed on the night of Wednesday 10th April to Thursday 11th April 2019 for a postponement of Brexit. She can go until the 31st October, temporarily dismissing the […]

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Donald Tusk Warns "Don’t Betray the 6,000,000 People who Want to Revoke Article 50"

Brexit: Donald Tusk Warns “Don’t Betray the 6,000,000 People who Want to Revoke Article 50”

The government has been warned not to ignore the millions of people who signed a petition signalling they want to cancel Brexit. The chief of the European Union’s Council says the bloc should be open to welcome Britain at the European Parliament’s May 23-26 election after accepting an extension to the Brexit deadline with Theresa […]

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Revoke artcle 50 petition to stop Brexit hits 1,000,000 signatures

Revoke Article 50 Petition to Stop Brexit hits 1,000,000 Signatures

A petition to cancel Brexit by revoking Article 50 has now topped 1,000,000 signatures. An online petition calling on the British government to renounce Brexit is a resounding success, with more than a million signatures on Thursday, March 21, the day after its launch and eight days from the date set for the exit of the European […]

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Theresa May has so far failed to convince her parliament to adopt the EU-backed Brexit withdrawal agreement

Brexit: Theresa May Requests a Postponement until June 30th, the European Union wants Guarantees

The head of the British government sent a letter Wednesday to the European Union to request a postponement of three months for the exit of the United Kingdom until the end of June. But European leaders recall that such an extension of time can only be linked to the adoption of the withdrawal agreement already negotiated. […]

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Theresa May may delay Brexit

Theresa May tells Donald Tusk Brexit May Need to be Delayed even if MPs Back Her Deal

BREXIT: The Prime Minister, Theresa May has told Donald Tusk that she might have to delay Brexit The prime minister, Theresa May has told Donald Tusk that she might have to delay Brexit – even if MPs back her withdrawal agreement in Parliament next month. Theresa May said to the European Council president last weekend that […]

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Theresa May returns to Brussels to break Brexit Deadlock

Theresa May Returns to Brussels to Break the Deadlock over Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May arrives in the European capital in a tense atmosphere, in the wake of a controversy created by the President of the European Council Donald Tusk. British Prime Minister Theresa May will try on Thursday 7th February, 2019 in Brussels to obtain a new compromise on the burning issue of the Irish border , despite the […]

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The United Kingdom have made an agreement so that discussions on Brexit can continue

Brexit; Agreement Reached Between Brussels and London on the Terms of the “Divorce”

The UK and the EU have made progress deemed “sufficient” in the negotiations on the terms of their separation to proceed to the second phase of discussions on their future business relations, said the European Commission this Friday. Regarding Ireland, Theresa May ensures that “there will be no hard border”. The European Commission, which conducts the […]

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Theresa May has demanded an agreement on Brexit that she can defend

Brexit: Theresa May Calls on the EU for an Agreement that She Can “Defend”

The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, on Thursday urged the 27 other European leaders to agree on an EU withdrawal agreement she can “defend” in front of her countrymen in the UK. “The clear and urgent imperative to be as dynamic as you create allows us to move forward together,” she pleaded. The British Prime Minister, […]

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