Theresa May unveils Britain's Brexit Plan B, looks a lot like Plan A: Opponents say UK PM in 'deep denial'
May's immediate goal is to win over pro-Brexit Conservatives and her party's Northern Irish ally, the Democratic Unionist Party. Both groups say they won't back the deal unless the border backstop is removed
British Prime Minister Theresa May's government has survived a no-confidence vote called after May's Brexit deal was overwhelmingly rejected by lawmakers.The House of Commons expressed confidence in the government by 325 votes to 306, meaning May can remain in office.
British lawmakers overwhelmingly rejected UK Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce deal with the European Union on Tuesday, plunging the Brexit process into chaos and triggering a no-confidence vote that could topple her government.
Brexit bedlam: Theresa May faces no-confidence vote after British Parliament votes down PM's EU divorce deal by 230 votes
British lawmakers on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce deal with the European Union, plunging the Brexit process into chaos and leading to a no-confidence vote in her government.
UK paints grim picture of 'no-deal' Brexit: More red-tape at border, delays in medical treatment and spike in credit card fees top the list
Businesses could face red tape at the border, patients could face delays to medical treatment and customers could see higher credit-card fees if Britain leaves the European Union next year without a deal, the U.K. government acknowledged Thursday in documents outlining its plans for a "no-deal" Brexit.
Brexit detailed plan is released, UK calls it 'principled, pragmatic, ambitious' and exactly what Britons voted for
The British government released detailed plans Thursday for what it called a "principled pragmatic and ambitious" Brexit — plans that already triggered the resignation of two top ministers and split the governing Conservative Party, and which face likely resistance from the European Union.
Emotion seems to have leaked into the political packaging and all the pundits underestimated that quotient in their estimates. Britons want Britain for the Brits.