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After surviving an internal party challenge to her leadership, the British Prime Minister is looking for new assurances from the EU to help win parliamentary approval for her Brexit deal.
A look at what Theresa May said about Brexit before becoming Britain's prime minister
Theresa May: I will contest no confidence vote 'with everything I've got'
Members of British Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet on Tuesday (December 11) were confident she would be able to get a Brexit deal through parliament despite postponing a vote she acknowledged she would lose.
May’s plan [...] has no hope of ever passing through Parliament. And unless someone finds a way out, the U.K. will leave the EU by default — with no contingencies in place — in less than four months.
Gender balance in the armed forces, what more can be done? A woman on the panel?
Watch again today's emergency Brexit debate from London
Tony Blair's former press secretary Alastair Campbell says absence of political leadership to blame.
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Leader of the Labour party and official UK opposition outlines his views on Prime Minister Theresa May's beleaguered Brexit deal and why it won't get through parliament.
Pro and anti-Brexit protesters united in distrust of UK PM after vote postponed
Andy Serkis' new Brexit parody is precious...
EU citizens wishing to stay in the UK post-Brexit will have to apply for settled status which costs £65 (€72).
May confirmed that she has postponed the parliament vote on her Brexit deal.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the UK can unilaterally end the Brexit process.
Brexit maybe causing Theresa May headaches, but the prospect of no deal is a great boost for the UK warehousing sector.
The exhibition focuses on the theme 'Imagining the Future City'.
Fierce opposition to the UK-EU exit deal in the UK parliament threatens its survival – putting at risk everything agreed so far.
Jeremy Corbyn tells Euronews there would be no backstop in Labour's Brexit deal
As part of a series of reports, Euronews' Bryan Carter travels to both sides of the Scottish border to find out what ordinary citizens think about Brexit ahead of a parliamentary vote on prime minister Theresa May's withdrawal deal.
Tuesday, December 11 essentially spells D-day for British Prime Minister Theresa May as MPs take their seats in the House of Commons to deliver their verdict on her government's Brexit deal.