Scottish parliament votes to refuse consent for Britain's EU withdrawal bill
Tuesday, 15 May 2018 LONDON (Reuters) - The Scottish parliament voted on Tuesday to refuse consent to Britain's flagship Brexit legislation, increasing constitutional uncertainty over how the exit from the European Union will proceed.
According to Reuters, Brexit paralysis has prompted talk of a British election or a second referendum but one odd side-effect could be Britons having to cast their votes for an EU parliament they had..
According to Reuters, EU leaders will not renegotiate Britain’s withdrawal agreement. European Council President Donald Tusk said that the EU is ready to discuss how to facilitate ratification in the..