Theresa May survives confidence vote with a majority of 83
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Theresa May survives confidence vote with a majority of 83

This has been a long and challneging day. But, at the end of it, I’m pleased to have received the backing of my collegaues in tonight’s ballot. Whilst…

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Theresa May staggers on after three Brexit defeats in single day
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Theresa May staggers on after three Brexit defeats in single day

Theresa May has suffered an extraordinary three parliamentary defeats in a single day, as rebellious MPs at Westminster sought to wrest back control of Brexit. The start of…

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Final Say: New Brexit referendum closer after significant developments in London and Brussels
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Final Say: New Brexit referendum closer after significant developments in London and Brussels

The push for a final say referendum has taken decisive steps forward in London and Brussels just a week before parliament is expected to reject Theresa May’s Brexit…

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The ECJ legal adviser’s opinion on Article 50 makes it easier for MPs to vote for another Brexit referendum
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The ECJ legal adviser’s opinion on Article 50 makes it easier for MPs to vote for another Brexit referendum

The European Court of Justice is likely to rule that the UK has the right to cancel its notice of intention to leave the European Union. The court’s…

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Rival Brexit debates planned as Corbyn and May can’t agree on format
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Rival Brexit debates planned as Corbyn and May can’t agree on format

Both BBC and ITV are pushing ahead with plans to host a Sunday evening televised Brexit debate between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn, despite the physical impossibility of…

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Brexit – LIVE: Theresa May faces historic bid to hold government in contempt, as EU law chief says Article 50 can be revoked
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Brexit – LIVE: Theresa May faces historic bid to hold government in contempt, as EU law chief says Article 50 can be revoked

Theresa May is facing an unprecedented constitutional row after the Speaker, John Bercow, said there was an "arguable case" the government had acted in contempt of parliament over the…

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Law officer says UK can cancel Brexit
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Law officer says UK can cancel Brexit

Article 50: Law officer says UK can cancel Brexit 4 December 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email…

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UK can cancel Brexit by unilaterally revoking Article 50, European Court advocate general says
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UK can cancel Brexit by unilaterally revoking Article 50, European Court advocate general says

Britain can still cancel Brexit by revoking Article 50 without the consent of other EU member states, the European Court of Justice's advocate general has said. The EU's…

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UK can stop article 50 without EU approval, top ECJ adviser says
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UK can stop article 50 without EU approval, top ECJ adviser says

The UK can unilaterally abandon the article 50 process, a senior adviser to the European court of justice (ECJ) has said, in a significant boost to anti-Brexit campaigners.…

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Brexit: Majority believe TV debate should include proponents of fresh referendum and no-deal scenario, poll says
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Brexit: Majority believe TV debate should include proponents of fresh referendum and no-deal scenario, poll says

A majority of the public believe a televised Brexit debate between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn should also include proponents of both a fresh referendum and a no-deal scenario. The findings, from a…

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Brexit: Sam Gyimah resigns as universities minister in protest at Theresa May’s EU withdrawal plan
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Brexit: Sam Gyimah resigns as universities minister in protest at Theresa May’s EU withdrawal plan

Sam Gyimah has resigned as universities and science minister in protest over Theresa May‘s Brexit plan. The East Surrey MP said the government’s plan was “not in the British…

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Brexit: EU dismisses May’s claim that deal might be renegotiated
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Brexit: EU dismisses May’s claim that deal might be renegotiated

The European council president, Donald Tusk, has said the UK is prepared to either cancel Brexit or to depart with no deal if MPs vote down the settlement…

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May to raise Khashoggi killing with Saudi ruler at G20
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May to raise Khashoggi killing with Saudi ruler at G20

Theresa May has said en route to the G20 summit that she plans to raise the killing of Jamal Khashoggi and the situation in Yemen with Saudi Arabia’s…

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No deal or ‘no Brexit at all’ if MPs reject Theresa May agreement,  EU president Donald Tusk says
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No deal or ‘no Brexit at all’ if MPs reject Theresa May agreement, EU president Donald Tusk says

Donald Tusk has warned British MPs that if they reject Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement, they face a choice of either no deal or no Brexit. The European Council president…

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Second Brexit Referendum Could Be Held On May 30, Says Justine Greening
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Second Brexit Referendum Could Be Held On May 30, Says Justine Greening

“I’ve worked out that you could plan and hold a referendum in 22 weeks.” A new Brexit referendum could be held as soon as May 30, former Tory…

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Brexit fact deniers are becoming like climate change sceptics – all fingers in ears and tongues poked out
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Brexit fact deniers are becoming like climate change sceptics – all fingers in ears and tongues poked out

Theresa May made another mistake at the summit in Brussels last week. She could have enhanced her status by arriving in the hall declaring: “As there’s sod-all chance…

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Brexit will make UK poorer, government forecasts warn
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Brexit will make UK poorer, government forecasts warn

The UK will be poorer economically under any form of Brexit, compared with staying in the EU, Treasury analysis suggests. Official figures say the UK economy could be…

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Brexit: UK economy to shrink and wages to fall under every scenario if it leaves EU, government analysis finds
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Brexit: UK economy to shrink and wages to fall under every scenario if it leaves EU, government analysis finds

Theresa May's Brexit plan will deliver a 3.9 per cent hit to GDP and workers’ wages will fall, according to the best estimate of government officials. Every region…

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