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Theresa May urges parliament to back her on Brexit, tells Britons ‘I’m on your side’
May had earlier asked the EU to let Britain delay its departure date from March 29 to June 30, a question that leaders of the remaining 27 member states will discuss at a summit on Thursday.
EU top official Tusk calls on May to delay Brexit
After nearly two years of bitter and divisive talks on the departure of Britain from the European Union, it has come to this — the sides cannot even agree on a divorce date anymore.
UK Tories warn Theresa May of rebellion over no-deal Brexit
Dozens of British Conservative members of Parliament have warned about a rebellion against UK Prime Minister Theresa May if a no-deal Brexit is not taken off the table.
British PM May takes demand for Brexit renegotiation to Brussels
Prime Minister Theresa May was in Brussels on Thursday to plead with EU leaders to change the Brexit divorce deal she negotiated last year, in order to get it through parliament, after they offered little hope they were willing to do so.
UK's May says she is 'armed with fresh' Brexit mandate
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday she would be "armed with a fresh mandate and new ideas" when she meets European Union negotiators over her Brexit deal.
UK PM refuses MPs demand to rule out no-deal Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May has refused a request from members of parliament to rule out a possibility that the country could leave the European Union at the end of March in a disorderly manner and without an agreement that could set out terms of a Brexit and future relations.
British PM May's government wins no confidence vote
British Prime Minister Theresa May's government has won a vote of no confidence with 325 votes versus 306.
British PM warns of catastrophe if lawmakers don't back Brexit deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned lawmakers that failure to back her plan to leave the European Union be catastrophic for Britain, in a plea for support two days ahead of a vote in parliament that she is expected to lose.
In crushing blow to May’s Brexit plan, Parliament allows alternative scenarios
The British parliament has approved a crucial amendment to Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal to take the country out of the European Union (EU), allowing MPs to come up with their own alternative plans.
UK tells lawmakers: No new divorce deal possible
The government of Prime Minister Theresa May has warned British MPs that it was impossible to negotiate a new divorce deal with the European Union.
UK Commons to vote on Brexit deal on January 15: Report
British Prime Minister Theresa May has finally announced a date for a highly-anticipated vote in the parliament on her European Union withdrawal agreement.
Most Tory members oppose May’s Brexit deal: Poll
Nearly 60 percent of Conservative Party members are opposed to Prime Minister Theresa May’s divorce deal with the European Union and prefer to leave the EU with no deal, a new survey shows.
No-deal Brexit ‘far more likely’ if MPs reject May’s deal: Barclay
British Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has advised Members of Parliament (MPs) against voting down Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal with the European Union (EU), warning that doing so makes a no-deal exit from the bloc “far more likely.”
UK convicts friend of man who plotted to assassinate Theresa May
A young British man who planned to join the Takfiri terrorist group Daesh and was a friend of a Daesh recruiter who sought to assassinate prime minister Theresa May has been found guilty of terrorism offences by a court in London.
Rejecting other Brexit options, Britain's May sticks by her deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May is pressing on with her deal to leave the European Union, her spokesman said on Monday, rejecting calls for a second referendum or to test support for different Brexit options in parliament.

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