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October 17, 2019 | Via Reuters

Britain Clinches Brexit Deal

Britain clinched a last-minute Brexit deal with the European Union on Thursday, but still faced a challenge in getting it approved by parliament. It’s a fair and balanced agreement for the EU and the UK and it is a testament to our commitment to find solutions,” European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said in a tweet a few hours before an EU summit in Brussels.

September 10, 2019 | Via Reuters

UK Lawmakers Reject PM Johnson’s Request to Hold an Early Election

Britain’s parliament on Tuesday rejected Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s call for a national parliamentary election, voting against the government’s request for a national ballot. To call an election, the government needs 434 votes – two-thirds of all lawmakers elected to the 650-seat lower house of parliament. In a vote in the early hours of Tuesday only 293 backed the government’s proposal.

September 9, 2019 | Via NBC News

British Parliament to be Suspended as Boris Johnson Insists Brexit is on Track

Britain’s Parliament will be suspended for a month on Monday night as Prime Minister Boris Johnson tries every possible tactic to ensure the country leaves the European Union as planned on October 31. Parliamentary business will stop after Monday’s session, the prime minister’s office confirmed, meaning that lawmakers can’t sit, debate or pass laws until October 14. This means less time for Johnson’s opponents to stop his Brexit plan.

December 10, 2018 | Via CNN

Lack of Support Could Lead to Brexit Cancellation

British Prime Minister Theresa May warned on Sunday that failure by lawmakers to back her Brexit plan could lead to its overall cancellation. May is facing opposition and criticism from her own Conservative Party ahead of the Tuesday vote on her plan in the House of Commons. May rejected the call for another ‘People’s Vote.’

November 23, 2018 | Via The Guardian

Spain Accuses UK of Treachery over Gibraltar Brexit Deal

The UK has been accused by Spain of “treachery” and acting “under the cover of darkness” in an escalation of a war of words over the future of Gibraltar that risks derailing Theresa May’s Brexit deal. Madrid has insisted from the start of the Brexit negotiations that it would not tolerate the Rock, a disputed territory, benefiting from agreements made in the talks without Spain’s consent.

November 14, 2018 | Via NPR

UK and EU Reach Brexit Deal Draft

The British prime minister’s office announced on Tuesday that a Brexit draft was reached by the UK and European Union. Approval of the agreement will require support by the UK Parliament and 27 remaining EU member states. The current agreement covers how the UK will leave the EU but does not address the continuing relationship.

September 20, 2018 | Via Dailymail

No-Deal Brexit Sparks Fear in the EU

Theresa May told EU leaders that Britain is prepared to walk away unless a ‘workable’ agreement on Brexit is reached within the next two months. European airports have warned that a ‘no-deal’ Brexit could cause ‘major disruption and heightened safety risks.’ Police must allocate resources to cope effectively in the case of a no-deal Brexit.

November 15, 2018 | Via NPR

EU Prepares for Brexit as May Asks for Parliament Support

Despite agreeing on a withdrawal document with the UK, the EU says there is a ‘long road ahead’ with Brexit. A series of EU meetings are scheduled with the goal of approving the Brexit deal on November 25th. UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s task is to win her Parliament’s support after two key ministers quit.

November 16, 2018 | Via CNN

UK Prime Minister Sticks With Brexit

Following a collection of resignations and chaos within her government on Thursday, UK Prime Minister Theresa May asserted that Britain will leave the EU in March with or without a deal. May claimed she will be the leader to ‘see this through.’ Some members of Parliament requested a second ‘people’s vote’ to rethink Brexit.

November 6, 2018 | Via The Guardian

Ireland Stands Ground in Brexit Deal

Ireland told the UK government to ‘stand by its commitments’ in preventing a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. Ireland asserted they will ‘never accept’ a Brexit deal allowing the UK end a Northern Ireland ‘backstop.’ UK Prime Minister Theresa May will face her cabinet to discuss this critical issue on Tuesday.

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