Brexit Vote News
Theresa May’s Brexit deal rejected by parliament for third time; UK faces chaotic exit from EU as alternatives dwindle for a deal
British lawmakers on Friday rejected the government’s Brexit deal for a third time, leaving the UK facing the stark prospect of a chaotic departure from the European Union in just two weeks, with political leaders in turmoil and the country ill-prepared for the shock.
Theresa May's Brexit proposal defeated for third time; UK must present alternative option by 12 April
MPs voted in the House of Commons against the terms of Britain's so-called divorce from the European Union (EU) by 344 to 286.
Brexit: Theresa May’s de facto deputy, former London mayor, Cabinet ministers among potential contenders to replace British PM
After British Prime Minister Theresa May's announcement that she will step down if parliament approves her Brexit deal, here is a list of potential contenders to take over as Conservative party leader
Theresa May admits to lack of support for third vote on Brexit bill; urges lawmakers to avert 12 April no-deal EU exit
UK Prime Minister Theresa May admitted that she did not have enough support to get her Brexit bill through the House of Commons in a third vote
Theresa May suffers defeat in Brexit vote: With only six weeks to finalise EU deal, Britain faces political instability
The defeat is symbolic rather than binding but shows how weak May's hand is as she tries to secure changes to her divorce deal from the EU in order to win backing for it in Parliament. It is likely to leave EU leaders wondering whether May can win support for any kind of Brexit deal, given Britain's political instability.
'Brexit deal dead as dodo, Theresa May a humiliated PM': British newspapers rake issue as PM awaits no-confidence vote
Theresa May was left "crushed" and "humiliated", Britain's newspapers said Wednesday as they raked over the fallout from parliament's huge rejection of her EU divorce deal.
May had promised assurances on the so-called Irish backstop arrangement when she postponed a vote on the agreement in December, facing certain defeat in the House of Commons.
Two years on, Brexit reflects poorly on UK's economy as Therasa May govt remains split on relations with EU
There are those who favor a "hard Brexit," a clean break that takes Britain out of the bloc's free trade union but also gives it more freedom to strike new trade deals around the world.
Oxford dictionaries declare 'Youthquake' as word of the year after Jeremy Corbyn's election campaign
Oxford Dictionaries on Friday declared "Youthquake" as the word of the year for 2017, owing to what it calls a "political awakening" among young voters
Hillary Clinton warns UK over bilateral deal with Donald Trump, claims US president 'doesn't believe in trade'
Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton cautioned Britain on Sunday over its push to secure a trade deal with US president Donald Trump after it leaves the European Union (EU)
British Parliament overwhelmingly supported a bill today empowering Prime Minister Theresa May to start crucial negotiations by 31 March on leaving the European Union, bringing Brexit a step closer.