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UK's May might leave next stage of Brexit bill until next month

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May has not yet set a date for the next stage in the passage of legislation to sever ties with the European Union, her spokesman said on Wednesday..
Reuters India

Lilian Greenwood asks Theresa May 'how safe would you feel living in a Nottingham tower block?'

"How safe would she feel, living on the 20th floor of Pine View, or South Church Court in my constituency, with one staircase and no sprinklers?”
Nottingham Post

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News video: EU Has Stronger Brexit Position, Says JPM's Parker

EU Has Stronger Brexit Position, Says JPM's Parker 02:00

Oct.18 -- Stephen Parker, head of thematic equity solutions at JPMorgan Private Bank, discusses the state of Brexit talks as U.K. Prime Minster Theresa May states the nation is preparing for any..
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News video: Theresa Mays Faltering Answer To Corbyn On Universal Credit

Theresa Mays Faltering Answer To Corbyn On Universal Credit 00:30

PMQs: Theresa May's faltering answer on universal credit met with jeering in House of Commons
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News video: Lillian Greenwood Blasts Theresa May On The Safety Of Tower Blocks

Lillian Greenwood Blasts Theresa May On The Safety Of Tower Blocks 00:33

Lillian Greenwood Blasts Theresa May On The Safety Of Tower Blocks
Source: HuffPost UK Clips STUDIO -

News video: May, Juncker call for faster Brexit talks

May, Juncker call for faster Brexit talks 01:26

British Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker agreed over dinner in Brussels on Monday that the pace of negotiations over Britain's departure from the European..
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News video: A possible break in the Brexit deadlock

A possible break in the Brexit deadlock 01:08

European Union leaders could hand Theresa May an olive branch in deadlocked Brexit negotiations next week by launching their own internal preparations for a transition to a new relationship with..
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UK lawmakers to vent anger at PM May's fragile government over welfare reform

LONDON (Reuters) - Lawmakers from Britain's ruling Conservative Party planned to vent their anger on Wednesday against Prime Minister Theresa May's pursuit of welfare reforms, deepening doubts about..
Reuters India

Theresa May faces universal credit rebellion

theresa may faces universal credit rebellion
Labour is seeking to exploit Tory divisions over Universal Credit (UC) by holding a vote in the House of Commons today demanding the roll-out is paused.
MailOnline

'€20bn is peanuts!' EU ramps up Brexit row before summit

'€20bn is peanuts!' eu ramps up brexit row before summit
The president of the European parliament, Antonio Tajani, accused Theresa May of being 'unrealistic' and said the divorce bill should be around 60billion euros.
MailOnline

Theresa May would have won poll majority without DUP under plans to revise boundaries

theresa may would have won poll majority without dup under plans to revise boundaries
Theresa May would not have needed DUP support in the House of Commons if the snap general election in June had taken place using revised plans for new constituency boundaries, leading polling experts..
Belfast Telegraph

Britain eyes Google, Facebook role in news

Prime Minister Theresa May is looking at the role Google and Facebook play in the news cycle, amid claims the online giants are publishers as well as platforms.
SBS

UK won't revoke Brexit: PM May

The UK will manage its own customs and duties if it can't reach a deal with the EU after Brexit, as Theresa May reiterates there is no turning back.
SBS

Speculation of May cabinet reshuffle

British Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed she won't "hide from a challenge" as she faces calls to sack both Boris Johnson and Philip Hammond.
SBS

British Prime Minister Theresa May signals Boris Johnson could be sacked

British Prime Minister Theresa May has signalled that she could sack Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, a newspaper says, as she tries to reassert her authority after a series of political disasters.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Conservatives at war as Theresa May plans for no EU-Brexit deal

Theresa May has decided to commit billions of pounds on preparing Britain to leave the European Union without a deal in a bid to save her premiership.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

May to demote Boris, newspaper says

There's speculation that UK PM Theresa May is planning to demote Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, to head off a challenge to her leadership.
SBS

British PM fights back after plot to oust her

Theresa May says the country needs 'calm leadership' amid a plot by around 30 MPs seeking her resignation.
SBS

Under siege British PM May vows to stay

British Prime Minister Theresa May says she has the full support of her cabinet ministers as a former party chairman called for her resignation.
SBS

May should call a leadership contest: Tory

Former Conservative Party chairman Grant Shapps says British Prime Minister Theresa May should call a leadership spill.
SBS

Theresa May's hopes for reset dashed with nightmare from hell speech to Tory conference

Theresa May's hopes to reset her flailing prime ministership have been dashed with a prankster handing her a termination notice during her speech at the Tory conference.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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