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Add Brexit as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Brexit news, video, and analysis from ABC News.But May's Cabinet is divided between Brexiteers who think a no-deal departure could be managed to ease the economic shock and more pro-EU lawmakers who say no-deal Brexit must be avoided at all costs.

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Much like May, Emmanuel Macron faces a critical few months leading into March.-- with or without a deal, unless Parliament extends or does away with a March 29 deadline -- France's president also has a spring deadline to grapple with.

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Another week goes by, and there's more Brexit confusion, and heightened calls for a second referendum.Irish voters have twice rejected EU treaties.

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Opinion





December 18, 2018






Brexit’s darkest hour
The UK government, led by Prime Minister Theresa May, has faced its worst crisis and all of it boils down to Brexit.The crisis that unfolded the week before last has its source in the inflexibility of the EU and the UK MPs.

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Analysts have said up to 5,000 jobs must be cut in order for the carmaker to survive.”In October, after the firm posted losses of £90million for the three months to September, it outlined plans to save £2.

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BREXITEER Iain Dale revealed during an interview who he believes is the only person who can help keep Theresa May’s Brexit deal alive and pass through Parliament.If Theresa May had come back with the Ten Commandments they would have looked for an 11th.

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Time is running out for the Prime Minister, who faces an uphill battle to re-negotiate the terms of her Withdrawal Agreement.Mrs May requested new assurances from the European Union on the Irish border issue during the EU summit on Friday - but returned empty handed.

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The Prime Minister said she told EU leaders that the current deal is “insufficient” for MPs and “we had to go further.”Jeremy Corbyn said Theresa May had failed to get a single word of her deal renegotiated (Image: PA)However Mr Corbyn said the Prime Minister had led the country into a “national crisis.

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THERESA May is being advised by ‘Brexit-crisis adviser’ David Cameron as her deal continues to be troubled, ITV journalist Robert Peston has sensationally revealed.The former Prime Minister urged the country to vote Remain in the EU referendum but he was defeated by 52 percent to 48 percent.

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THERESA May has set a new date for the Brexit meaningful vote and a debate will be held the week before the vote, but when will it be held and what has Mrs May said about a second referendum?This means the meaningful vote will be held in the week between January 14 and 20.

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During an interview on Bloomberg Mr Merritt claimed that May will call a second referendum a betrayal as he explained the Prime Ministers potential moves.”Mr Merritt is then asked by the Bloomberg host what May’s options are if she attempts to reject a second referendum.

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The letter said a no-deal Brexit could have “disastrous consequences”, affecting routes, aviation safety and border security.An EU minister said: "We’ll do everything we can to avoid the worst, but the closer we get to this deadline the more likely a chaotic exit becomes.

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UK FOR LIVE BREXIT UPDATES BELOW:Brexit news: Theresa May is facing a crisis in her cabinet (Image: GETTY IMAGES/PARLIAMENT UK)5.”Theresa May told MPs no other deal would be on offer (Image: PA)4.

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BREXITEERS have vented their fury at former Prime Minister’ Tony Blair’s private talks with EU leaders concerning a second referendum, as furious Theresa May supporters say the former leader has “no right” to pursue talks with Brussels.It led to a furious response from the Prime Minister, who said Mr Blair had “undermined” the Brexit process, and that a second referendum “was an insult to the British people”.

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The Conservative politician labelled the advisor "the problem in the heart of Downing Street" for trying to sabotage Brexit.According to reports in the Sunday Times, Mr Barwell told another minister that a second referendum was “the only way forward".

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DANISH fishermen are terrified about the "catastrophic" impact of Brexit on their livelihood - forcing politicians to threaten retribution against British fishermen.This comes after the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation (SFF) urged the EU not to adopt "hardline positions" or "pursue retribution" during its Fisheries Council meeting this week.

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Ex-ministers and prominent Brexiteers said re-running the 2016 vote was "completely bonkers" and "dangerous".Former Brexit minister David Jones warned staging a fresh vote would be "fatal to our democracy".

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”The Sky host cut off Lord Adonis pointing out Brexiteers would argue they have already had a vote.”The Sky host stepped in asking whether Lord Adonis speaks with lots of “Brenda’s from Bristol” who say “please I don’t want any more of this”.

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THANKS to Theresa May’s feeble negotiations, EU leaders have never seriously believed Britain would end up “crashing out”.Leaving the EU without a deal has suddenly become a hot favourite with Brexit leadership rivals.

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NICK Ferrari told Chuka Umunna that he would “fire the damn lot of you” and bring in a “fresh batch” after the Remainer MP said it was no longer clear “what the will of the people is”.PUBLISHED: 10:55, Mon, Dec 17, 2018 | UPDATED: 17:13, Mon, Dec 17, 2018 Labour MP Chuka Umunna felt the wrath of Nick Ferrari, who declared he would “fire the damn lot of you” for “failing to execute” their task.