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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A vote of no-confidence from a majority in the House of Commons could leave her authority further weakened -- and potentially prompt another vote in her entire government and a general election.However European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas said "no further meetings with the United Kingdom are foreseen".
Met Office has warned “gale force winds” will blast through Britain, with “severe gales” strengthening overnight and rain becoming heavier towards the end of the day.The Environment Agency has also issued flood alerts for parts of England, namely the Midlands, Southeast England and southwest England.
She received a widow's pension, but was stunned when this was withdrawn after she married second husband Ian three years later in 1985.Last night, she spoke passionately as she backed the Daily Express's crusade to make all war widows' pensions a payment for life - no matter what their marital status.
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.
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.
BREXITEER MP Kate Hoey believes Leave voters would win again by a greater margin, in the case of a second referendum on Brexit, adding she “does not see what it could genuinely achieve”.PUBLISHED: 11:58, Mon, Dec 17, 2018 | UPDATED: 11:58, Mon, Dec 17, 2018 Kate Hoey predicted Leave voters would win by a greater margin in a second Brexit vote, but Britain would “still be in the same situation”.
HARD Brexiteers who refuse to support Theresa May's Brexit deal are inadvertently risking to cause the Government to call for a second referendum, Sky's host Adam Boulton has claimed.The Conservative politician labelled the advisor "the problem in the heart of Downing Street" for trying to sabotage Brexit.