British PM's new Brexit deal appears acceptable to Ireland
According to Reuters, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar on Tuesday said that British Prime Minister Theresa May’s “new deal” aimed at delivering Brexit would appear to be acceptable to Ireland, a..
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Boris Johnson asked about Brexit deal
Boris Johnson was asked by a reporter about Theresa May's updated Brexit deal as he was cycling in South East London. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us..
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Theresa May Offers Up A New Brexit Deal
Reuters reports Prime Minister Theresa May announced that she's thought up a “new deal” on Tuesday for Britain's now-delayed exit from the European Union. Nearly two months after the scheduled..
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Politicians react to Theresa May's speech on Brexit
Politicans react as Theresa May sets out a "new Brexit deal". As part of the deal the Prime Minister promised the Government will make provisions for a parliamentary vote on a second referendum.
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'Imperative' UK government strikes new EU Brexit deal by June Britain's PM Theresa May, determined to have a deal done by the summer break, will present her Brexit deal to parliament for the fourth time on June 3. SBS 1 week ago
Theresa May’s 'new deal': PM offers vote on second Brexit referendum to break deadlock British MPs will get another chance to vote on whether to hold a second Brexit referendum, as Prime Minister Theresa May seeks to pass her divorce deal. SBS 22 hours ago Also reported by • The Age
UK Labour will vote against Brexit bill Britain's Labour Party will vote against the Withdrawal Agreement Bill if there is no deal between the government and opposition, its Brexit spokesman says. SBS 6 days ago Also reported by • DNA Brexit talks collapse as PM May's authority drains away The UK is back where it started on Brexit, with Theresa May heading for a final showdown with her paralysed Parliament over her EU divorce deal. Sydney Morning Herald 5 days ago