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  • 2019/02/25 15:23:58

    UK PM firm on Brexit date, EU urges compromise, MPs look to block no-deal

    UK PM firm on Brexit date, EU urges compromise, MPs look to block no-deal

    Editor

    The prime minister of the United Kingdom remained obstinate on Monday in her refusal to extend the Brexit negotiation period despite growing calls from European Union leaders for her to consider the option and maneuvers within parliament in London to undermine her government's plans by forcing a delay through the use of an amendment

  • 2019/02/14 07:48:36

    UK's May: no intention of extending EU negotiations

    UK's May: no intention of extending EU negotiations

    Editor

    The British prime minister on Wednesday insisted she would deliver Brexit on the date established with the European Union despite a flurry of rumors in the media that she was considering extending negotiations with the bloc in a bid to avoid a no-deal exit

  • 2019/02/12 12:54:55

    UK's May dismisses Corbyn's offer to maintain custom's union post-Brexit

    UK's May dismisses Corbyn's offer to maintain custom's union post-Brexit

    Editor

    The United Kingdom's prime minister has on Monday ruled out making a key concession requested by the country's opposition leader to keep the country in a customs union with the European Union as a way to soften Brexit

  • 2019/02/05 17:06:10

    DUP leader: stubborn EU, not backstop opposition, could force no-deal Brexit

    DUP leader: stubborn EU, not backstop opposition, could force no-deal Brexit

    Editor

    The leader of a Northern Irish party whose votes prop up the United Kingdom's minority government has on Tuesday said the European Union and the Republic of Ireland's inflexible negotiating tactics could lead to a no-deal Brexit, rather than her own party's opposition to the Irish backstop clause outlined in the prime minister's withdrawal agreement in its current form

2019/01/14 10:12:49
2019/01/09 17:13:03
  • Brexit
  • Brexit remains shaky just at the verge of materializing

    Alvaro Goncalves

    The United Kingdom will leave the EU on March 29, exactly two years after May, Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon was promulgated to officially notify the European Commission of the decision of the United Kingdom to withdraw after a referendum in 2016

2018/12/17 14:31:18
  • UK PM to tell lawmakers that 2nd Brexit referendum would undermine politics
  • UK PM to tell lawmakers that 2nd Brexit referendum would undermine politics

    Editor

    The prime minister of the United Kingdom is to dismiss the possibility of a second referendum when she addresses Parliament on Monday amid growing demands for a people's vote as the best way to break the political deadlock that Brexit has caused, according to remarks released to EFE by No. 10 Downing Street ahead of the statement

2018/12/12 14:23:22
2018/12/10 13:31:33
  • UK's PM May postpones crucial vote on Brexit deal due to lack of support
  • UK's PM May postpones crucial vote on Brexit deal due to lack of support

    Editor

    The British prime minister has on Monday deferred a parliamentary vote on her draft deal on the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union, acknowledging it was doomed to failure over ongoing divisions in the chamber, particularly over a backstop arrangement to ensure a soft Irish border

2018/11/15 16:17:19
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2018/05/15 07:41:57
2018/03/20 13:52:44
  • Brexit
  • EU, UK reach deal over Brexit transition period, no Ireland deal yet

    EFE

    The chief Brexit negotiator for the European Union announced Monday that Brussels and London had reached a deal for a 21-month transition period after the United Kingdom officially leaves the EU in Mar. 2019, though the complicated question of the Irish border has again been pushed back

2017/04/06 08:23:07
  • Brexit: Keys to understanding the consequences of a divorce
  • Brexit: Keys to understanding the consequences of divorce

    Patrizia Aymerich

    UK’s Prime Minister Theresa May was accurate in one of the biggest concerns of the new generations over Brexit. The leader acknowledged that the UK could temporarily maintain the free transit of people in the European Union after the exit is official