British Prime Minister Theresa May faced tough opposition in the House of Commons as she defended her negotiation strategy for a so-called 'hard Brexit,' from the European Union. Will the remaining EU countries put up a united front in negotiations?
The UK Prime Minister Theresa May has unveiled a code of conduct for her governing Conservative Party. This after the Weinstein effect moved to parliament and helped push the beleaguered leader even closer to the exit.
The UK parliament has started a debate on when the two-year negotiating period for Brexit should end. Some MPs are questioning whether there should be a fixed time at all.
Brexit minister David Davis has said UK lawmakers will have the chance to vote on Britain's final exit deal from the EU. Despite the concession, Davis stressed that the UK will leave the EU "whatever the outcome."
British Prime Minister Theresa May could bulk up the amount that Britain pays as it leaves the EU, in a bid to move talks on to trade. But senior leave campaigners have attached a condition to the money.
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