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US NewsTheresa May Tells MPs It Is 'High Time' They Make A Decision On Brexit

23:30  20 march  2019
23:30  20 march  2019 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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Theresa May has appealed to the public over Brexit , telling them she understood they had had enough, and adding: "I am on your side." Speaking from Downing Street, the prime minister criticised the actions of MPs , saying it was " high time " politicians made a decision on the next steps.

Theresa May has appealed to the public over Brexit , telling them she understood they had had enough, and adding: "I am on your side." Speaking from Downing Street, the prime minister criticised the actions of MPs , saying it was " high time " politicians made a decision on the next steps.

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Theresa May has told MPs it is “high time” they make a final decision on Brexit.

Speaking inside Number 10 Downing Street in an address direct to the nation, the prime minister said she “passionately hopes” they will back her deal as she told a public sick of the issue: “I am on your side.”

Theresa May Tells MPs It Is 'High Time' They Make A Decision On Brexit © No 10 No 10 May again insisted MPs must decide between her highly disputed Brexit withdrawal deal, quitting the EU with no deal with potentially damaging economic consequences, or not leaving at all.

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Prime Minister Theresa May has called off Tuesday's crucial vote on her Brexit deal so she can go " It is clear to us that Theresa May will not renegotiate the deal when she goes to Brussels, and She told MPs she would be speaking to EU leaders ahead of a summit later this week, about the "clear

MPs have begun to vote on Theresa May 's Brexit deal for leaving the European Union. Former Brexit secretary Dominic Raab said that Brexiteers like him could back a deal if aspects such as But he told the Today programme the EU had played "a smart game of hard ball" and said it was time for

Her evening statement came on yet another frantic day in British politics after May earlier wrote to EU leaders requesting a three-month delay to quitting the bloc until June.

Ramping up the drama, Brussels chief Donald Tusk responded that the remaining 27 nations would only agree a short delay to Brexit if MPs voted for Theresa May’s troubled deal.

Her withdrawal agreement, thrashed out with the EU, has already been voted down by MPs twice and in historic numbers.

Theresa May Tells MPs It Is 'High Time' They Make A Decision On Brexit © PA Wire/PA Images Doubts remain whether Speaker John Bercow would even allow a third meaningful vote - dubbed MV3 - if MPs are asked to vote on the same motion.

Tusk’s ultimatum opens up the prospect of the UK quitting the union on March 29, as scheduled, without an agreement - a so-called no-deal Brexit that critics fear will seriously damage the UK economy.

With the crisis engulfing Westminster, speculation is also mounting over May’s future as Prime Minister.

At Prime Minister’s Questions, she signalled she could quit if Brexit was delayed beyond June.

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EU Agrees To Brexit Delay – But Shorter Than Theresa May Asked For.
The European Union has agreed to Theresa May’s request for a short delay to Brexit – but not the three-month extension to June 30 she had asked for. According to a draft of the crunch EU summit’s conclusions, leaders from the remaining 27 nations have said the UK can extend Article 50, but just until May 22 – as long a MPs vote in favour of the PM’s deal next week. The date is the day before European elections start. The UK is due to leave the EU on March 29 – in just eight days time. If a deal is not signed, the legal default remains a no-deal Brexit on that date.

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