Prime Minister Theresa May asked the divided British parliament to send a message on Tuesday to Brussels that it would support a European Union withdrawal deal if a plan to avoid a hard border in Ireland is replaced.
May has called for politicians to back her deal or risk "letting the British people down". But with many of her own MPs expected to join opposition parties to vote against the deal, it was widely expected to be defeated.
“I firmly believe with my head and my heart that this is a decision in the best interests of the entire United Kingdom”
Prime Minister Theresa May said that there were still considerable unresolved issues with the European Union over Brexit as the two sides approached the “endgame” in negotiations for departure from the bloc.
EU's chief negotiator for the UK's withdrawal from the bloc said there was still no agreement on a Brexit deal.
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said he expected cabinet ministers to keep backing their leader on Brexit, and that they would be called to a meeting to discuss an EU exit deal as and when there was something to talk about.
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt will press Saudi leaders to do more to deliver justice and accountability over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit strategy came under attack from all sides, increasing the risk that her plan for leaving the EU will be voted down by parliament and thrust the United Kingdom towards a potentially chaotic “no-deal” Brexit.
British parliament will vote down Prime Minister Theresa May’s possible Brexit so voters should be given a new referendum, May’s former education minister said.
No meeting of Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet was scheduled for and negotiations to leave the European Union are continuing, a government source said.