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UK's May to promise new Brexit debate in push for more negotiating time

UK's May to promise new Brexit debate in push for more negotiating time

British Prime Minister Theresa May will pledge this week to give parliament another chance to voice their opinions on Brexit by Feb. 27 as she tries to buy more time to negotiate a new deal with the European Union.

EU rebuffs May, says no-plan Brexiteers deserve "place in hell"

EU rebuffs May, says no-plan Brexiteers deserve "place in hell"

The European Union will make no new offer on Brexit and those who promoted Britain's exit without any understanding of how to deliver it deserve a "special place in hell", European Council President Donald Tusk said on Wednesday.

May seeks to revise Brexit deal but EU rules out changes

May seeks to revise Brexit deal but EU rules out changes

British Prime Minister Theresa May is pinning Brexit hopes on fresh talks with EU leaders after winning a mandate from lawmakers to try to renegotiate a deal -- even if Brussels insists it will not budge.

Momentum gathers behind British lawmakers' bid to stop no-deal Brexit

Momentum gathers behind British lawmakers' bid to stop no-deal Brexit

An attempt by British lawmakers to prevent a no-deal Brexit was gaining momentum on Wednesday after the opposition Labour Party said it was highly likely to throw its parliamentary weight behind the bid.

British PM faces confidence vote after Brexit humiliation

British PM faces confidence vote after Brexit humiliation

Prime Minister Theresa May will on Wednesday face a confidence vote after MPs overwhelmingly rejected her deal to leave the European Union, leaving Britain with no plan as it hurtles towards Brexit on March 29.

Britain's May faces defeat in parliament over Brexit plan

Britain's May faces defeat in parliament over Brexit plan

British Prime Minister Theresa May faced the prospect of defeat in a historic vote in parliament on her Brexit deal on Tuesday, leaving the country in limbo about its membership of the world's biggest trading bloc, which has shaped its economy for decades.

With warning and EU letter, May tries to pull lawmakers behind Brexit deal

With warning and EU letter, May tries to pull lawmakers behind Brexit deal

Prime Minister Theresa May makes a last ditch effort on Monday to convince rebel lawmakers to back her Brexit divorce deal, warning them that Britain's exit from the EU is now in peril from politicians seeking to thwart it.

May warns MPs against 'catastrophic' failure to deliver Brexit

May warns MPs against 'catastrophic' failure to deliver Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday warned MPs preparing to vote down her EU divorce deal that failing to deliver Brexit would be a "catastrophic and unforgivable breach of trust in our democracy".

PM May says if Brexit deal is rejected, UK will be in uncharted territory

PM May says if Brexit deal is rejected, UK will be in uncharted territory

Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday that Britain would be in uncharted territory if her Brexit deal is rejected by parliament later this month, despite little sign that she has won over sceptical lawmakers.

With May's agreement in balance, ministers warn against no-deal Brexit

With May's agreement in balance, ministers warn against no-deal Brexit

Britain is more likely to leave the EU without a deal if lawmakers reject the agreement Prime Minister Theresa May has negotiated, one of her ministers said on Thursday, while a second said a no-deal exit would hit the farming sector hard.

UK ministers meet to step up no-deal Brexit plans

UK ministers meet to step up no-deal Brexit plans

British ministers met on Tuesday to intensify plans for leaving the European Union without a deal -- a prospect that is becoming more likely as Prime Minister Theresa May plays for time with just 101 days to go until Brexit.

EU agrees 'best possible' Brexit deal, urges Britons to back May

EU agrees 'best possible' Brexit deal, urges Britons to back May

European Union leaders warned the British parliament not to wreck Theresa May's Brexit deal, saying a package sealed with the prime minister on Sunday was the best Britain will get.