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Former British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said: “Perhaps,” he answered. “There is an EU summit this week. It is not too late to get real change to the backstop. It would be absurd to hold the vote before that has even been attempted.” Read more.Here's The Full Story…

Brexit - Remain Protest - UK News Today

MPs voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to seek a delay in Britain’s exit from the European Union, setting the stage for Prime Minister Theresa May to renew efforts to get her divorce deal approved by parliament next week. MPs approved by 412 votes to 202 a statement setting out the optionHere's The Full Story…

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“Mr. Cox killed it all. Because he is a Brexiteer, he wanted to kill it. There was no legal and political reason for what he did. He carries the responsibility,” Brok told Britain’s Sky News television,” said Elmar Brok, a veteran EU lawmaker and confidant of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Here's The Full Story…

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“PM meeting with senior aides in No10 now to plot a way through this week’s carnage,” he said on Twitter. “I’m told it’s most likely she will decide to change tomorrow’s vote from a meaningful one to a provisional one.”Here's The Full Story…

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“If there’s a public vote that would operate as a lock, if you like, on any deal that Theresa May get through. If that is the position, then in my view, the default ought to be ‘remain’,” Starmer told Sky News.Here's The Full Story…

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“If we don’t pass the meaningful vote on Tuesday we’ll go into a parliamentary process that very likely will lead to an extension of time and an uncertain outcome, more uncertainty for the British economy, more uncertainty for people across the country,” Hammond told broadcasters.Here's The Full Story…