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Brexit 20-12-2019

Johnson promises to wrap up Brexit for Christmas, parliament gathers to vote

The British parliament will vote on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal on Friday (20 December), a move the prime minister described as delivering on his promise to "get the Brexit vote wrapped up for Christmas" following his landslide election victory.
EU Elections 2019 07-05-2019

UK bows to inevitable – EU elections will take place

The UK will definitely hold European elections this month, after Theresa May’s deputy conceded that it would not be possible to get the legislation needed to formalize Brexit through Parliament in time.
Brexit 28-04-2019

May government rules out Brexit vote before local polls

Theresa May is likely to make one last attempt to pass her Brexit Withdrawal Agreement in a bid to avoid having to hold European elections next month, but not before UK local elections on Thursday (2 May).
Brexit 06-12-2018

May under pressure to delay ‘meaningful’ Brexit vote

Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal came under fire from allies and opponents alike on Wednesday (5 December) after the government was forced to publish legal advice showing the United Kingdom could be locked indefinitely in the EU's orbit.
Brexit 27-02-2018

UK expects post-Brexit devolution deal but Scotland begs to differ

Britain's government said yesterday (26 February) that it expected to reach an agreement with the United Kingdom's devolved nations on how power will be shared after Brexit, but its latest proposal to unlock a political impasse fell flat in Scotland.
Brexit 22-11-2017

UK lawmakers vote against retaining EU Charter of Fundamental Rights after Brexit

The UK Prime Minister narrowly avoided defeat in Parliament after a slim majority of MPs voted late on Tuesday (21 November)  against retaining the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights after Brexit.
Brexit 27-10-2017

UK sets date for parliamentary showdown on Withdrawal bill

The British government said on Thursday (26 October) its key piece of Brexit legislation would be debated in parliament on 14 and 15 November, the next stage in what is expected to be a tortuous lawmaking process that will test Prime Minister Theresa May’s authority.
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