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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.
UK parliament to vote on Brexit delay, PM seeks to revive her deal
Britain’s parliament was due to vote on Thursday on seeking a last-minute Brexit delay and Prime Minister Theresa May sought to use the prospect of a long extension to push lawmakers to back her EU divorce deal, which they have twice rejected.
Sudan’s parliament cuts state of emergency to 6 months
Sudan's parliament has voted to shorten from one year to six months a state of emergency declared by President Omar al-Bashir last month in response to widespread protests.
Interior Ministry: Parliamentary, Assembly of Experts elections will be held next year
Iran’s Interior Ministry spokesman said on Wednesday the parliamentary and Assembly of Experts elections will be held simultaneously next year.
UK PM delays final parliament vote on Brexit deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that a meaningful vote in the parliament on her European Union (EU) withdrawal agreement will not be held next week as it had been expected by the British lawmakers.
UK's May rules out parliament should accept her Brexit deal or face delay
British Prime Minister Theresa May has played down rumors that her government would give into a long delay for UK’s withdrawal from the European Union if a draft Brexit deal is not accepted in the parliament.
UK's May seeks more time to find Brexit deal
Prime Minister Theresa May told lawmakers on Tuesday to hold their nerve over Brexit and give her more time to negotiate a deal acceptable to both the European Union and the British Parliament.
Luxembourg's parliament examines Eurostat report on risk of poverty
Following the Eurostat report which revealed that Luxembourg's working youth is at the second highest risk of poverty in the EU, members of parliament discussed the report in detail on Thursday.
UK parliament votes on crucial Brexit amendments
The British parliament is preparing to vote on seven crucial proposals or amendments that could decide the future of a process to leave the European Union after a divorce deal by Prime Minister Theresa May was roundly rejected in the chamber.
Greek MPs narrowly approve name deal with Macedonia
The Greek parliament on Friday narrowly ratified a landmark deal to rename neighboring Macedonia, ending one of the world's longest diplomatic disputes and earning rich praise for the "historic" move.
UK Labour Party leader pushes for parliament vote on second Brexit referendum
Britain’s opposition Labour Party has proposed an amendment to a parliamentary motion on the country’s withdrawal from the European Union which could pave the way for a second Brexit referendum.
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National Desk
UK PM right in demanding compromise on Brexit: Analyst
British Prime Minister Theresa May is right in demanding a compromise in the parliament about her controversial European Union withdrawal agreement, a political analyst from London says, arguing the House of Commons had no choice but to accept May’s Brexit deal if they want to avoid a huge political and economic catastrophe.
Tory rebels plot to seize control of Brexit from PM: Report
Senior Tory figures in the British parliament are ready to seize control of the country’s withdrawal from the European Union (EU) if lawmakers reject Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce deal with the bloc in an upcoming vote, a new report suggests.
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Poland’s anti-Iran summit

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