British Prime Minister Theresa May has issued a stark warning to lawmakers that if they do not back her Brexit deal, there is the possibility the country "will not leave the EU for many months, if ever".
Prime Minister Theresa May promised on Sunday to offer lawmakers a vote on her Brexit deal by March 12, the latest delay in her attempt to win approval for a plan to ensure Britain’s orderly departure from the European Union.
British Prime Minister Theresa May rejected the idea of targeting a customs union with the European Union, pouring cold water on hopes from some that she could shift her Brexit policy to win over the opposition Labour Party.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday that the UK will be leaving the European Union on March 29, and that the bloc would only consider extending the 'Article 50' negotiating period if there was a credible alternative exit plan.
Prime Minister Theresa May warned on Monday that Britain’s planned exit from the EU could be derailed, a last-ditch effort to win over Brexit-supporting lawmakers who have repeatedly said they will vote down her divorce deal.
The Italian government aims to decide by the end of May whether to complete a deeply divisive high-speed rail link between the French city of Lyon and the northern Italian city of Turin, Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli told Reuters.
British Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt has said that the parliament can pass Prime Minister Theresa May's controversial deal on the country’s withdrawal from the European Union if the bloc provides clarification that the Northern Irish "backstop" will be not permanent.
If UK prime minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal were a walking, talking human being, it’s self esteem would be on the floor after the week just passed. It seems almost nobody believes in it, and nobody sees any future for it. There was even talk from British cabinet minister Amber Rudd — among others — of a second referendum, something May has so far fiercely resisted.
British Prime Minister Theresa May was accused on Wednesday of misleading MPs over her Brexit deal as her government published legal advice likely to increase opposition to the agreement ahead of a crucial vote next week.
A top official at the European Union’s highest court advised Tuesday that Britain can unilaterally change its mind about leaving the European Union, boosting hopes among pro-EU campaigners in the UK that Brexit can be stopped.