British lawmakers set to reject no-deal exit as Brexit unknown looms
Wednesday, 13 March 2019 () By William James and Kylie MacLellan LONDON (Reuters) - British lawmakers were on Wednesday set to vote against the threat of a 'no-deal' exit from the European Union on March 29 after a second defeat for Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce treaty left Britain heading into the unknown. After two-and-a-half years of negotiations and two failed attempts to pass her deal, parliament is expected to reject a no-deal exit, which investors fear would spook financial markets, dislocate supply chains and damage the world's fifth largest economy
According to Reuters, British lawmakers on Wednesday rejected leaving the European Union without a deal, paving the way for a vote to delay Brexit to seek a way out of Britain’s worst political crisis in generations. Lawmakers voted by 312 to 308 in favor of a cross-party motion that ruled out a...
British Prime Minister Theresa May hinted on Friday that she might not bring her European Union withdrawal deal back to parliament for a third time next week if there was not enough support for it to..
The EU has agreed to extend the exit date for the UK from the original 29 March deadline. PM Theresa May has to have her deal through parliament by 12 April. If she succeeds, the Brexit dat will move..
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By Paul Carrel BERLIN (Reuters) - Delaying Britain's exit from the European Union could present an opportunity to rework the bloc's approach to negotiating with... Firstpost Also reported by •Reuters •Reuters India