Tuesday, February 19, 2019
As MPs continue to battle over Brexit, the Queen has extolled the virtues "respecting different points of view" and "coming together to seek out the common ground". Her Majesty returned to the theme of her Chirstmas day message in a speech...
Spain's prime minister has threatened to scupper Theresa May's Brexit deal - with a warning that "our positions remain far away" on the issue of Gibraltar. Pedro Sanchez spoke to his British counterpart on Wednesday night, and Mrs May subsequently...
Theresa May will return to Brussels later to press EU leaders for legally binding changes to the Brexit deal. The PM will insist the UK will not be "trapped" in the backstop - the plan to avoid the return of...
Theresa May said a challenge to her leadership would be a distraction from negotiating with the European Union, and that any new prime minister would face the same issues she does, as she urged Parliament to back her Brexit...
Theresa May staggers on to Brussels on Thursday to plead for a lifeline after her much-loathed Brexit plans provoked a revolt from her Conservative Party. May won a confidence vote on Wednesday evening though more than a third of Conservative...
The British government will not allow lawmakers to vote on a symbolic motion of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May, forcing the opposition to decide whether it will now try to topple her entire administration. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn...
A firm awarded a government contract to provide extra ferry services has used website terms and conditions apparently intended for a takeaway food firm. Seaborne Freight was given the £13.8m contract to run a freight service between Ramsgate and Ostend...
British lawmakers have soundly rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal, in the biggest defeat for any UK government in the modern parliamentary era. After 200 speeches across eight days of debate, members of the House of Commons ignored the Prime Minister's...
The toll Brexit is taking on the U.K. housing market was laid bare in surveys published Monday. Asking prices fell for a second month in December, recording the steepest back-to-back declines since 2012, Rightmove said. Acadata meanwhile reported that actual...
Shortly after 7 p.m. Tuesday evening, British MPs face a choice that will affect the country's 66 million citizens for many years to come. They will either vote to support Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal, negotiated with the European...

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