Britain is due to leave the European Union in March of 2019. But the journey towards exiting the bloc has been anything but straightforward: here’s a look back at the twists and turns of the journey so far.
The European Council head has criticized the Law and Justice party-led government for repeatedly clashing with the EU. Donald Tusk also warned against the emergence of a nationalist front in the 2019 EU elections.
Transport Minister Jo Johnson has said Britain stands on the brink of the greatest crisis since World War II. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Theresa May has underscored her opposition to a second referendum.
Theresa May will tell lawmakers that Brexit talks are "95 percent complete," although Northern Ireland remains a sticking point. The British PM is desperate to stem a potential rebellion from hard-liners in her party.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is reportedly planning to present the plan to her Cabinet on Tuesday. It would potentially solve one of the thorniest problems plaguing the Brexit talks.
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