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Brexit vote cancelled by Theresa May after Tory rebel threat

Prime Minister Theresa May has cancelled tomorrow's Brexit vote - she will make a statement later today to MPs on what will happen after. Cabinet ministers had been summoned to urgent talks in a conference call, amid pressure from several ministers for the government to pull back from the brink of a crushing defeat. More… Continue reading Brexit vote cancelled by Theresa May after Tory rebel threat

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Farage Quits UKIP, May found in contempt in historical first, AND Britain can REMAIN legally, EU Court states

In a glorious day for Remainers, three big events rocked Britain today. Firstly, the European Court of Justice states that Britain can legally stop Brexit all on it's own, without having to beg the 27 other E.U members that it had made a terrible mistake. Upon this statement, the pound rose in value, and the… Continue reading Farage Quits UKIP, May found in contempt in historical first, AND Britain can REMAIN legally, EU Court states

Brexit won’t happen – here’s why

https://youtu.be/D0W2wzwGMwU As Theresa May's Brexit deal seems very unlikely to pass the House of Commons vote, it seems more and more likely that we will be remaining in the European Union. There aren't many options left after the Commons vote on May's deal and there isn't enough time to renegotiate an entire new deal. Firstly,… Continue reading Brexit won’t happen – here’s why

British sovereignty over Gibraltar threatened by Brexit as May concedes to Spanish PM

After the Spanish PM threatened to Veto May's Brexit plan,¬†the British ambassador to the EU, Sir Tim Barrow, wrote to concede that Gibraltar¬†would not necessarily be covered by a future trade deal with the EU, according to a recent Guardian article. "The development give Spain a veto over Gibraltar benefiting from a future trade and… Continue reading British sovereignty over Gibraltar threatened by Brexit as May concedes to Spanish PM