The leaders of 27 EU member states meet in Brussels today to discuss a request by British PM Theresa May for a small extension to the Brexit process
The European Council is to consider the UK's request for a Brexit delay. British opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is also in Brussels to push his alternative plan.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May made a statement following the EU saying a short Brexit delay is possible if Ministers back her deal.
Speaker of the House of Commons said on Monday that there would not be a third Brexit vote unless there is "demonstrable change" to May's Brexit deal.
“When will she develop a backbone and stand up to those that would take this nation to disaster?" MP asks embattled UK leader Theresa May.
UK Prime Minister has said she will seek only a short delay to Brexit from the EU, ahead of the summit on March 21.
British Prime minister Theresa May will ask the European Union for a short Brexit delay, a British government source confirmed to Euronews on Wednesday. But first, she's back in the house.
The British PM Theresa May has asked the EU for a Brexit extension until June 30th.
The UK Prime Minister's plan for a third so-called meaningful vote on her Brexit deal has been derailed by the speaker of the House of Commons.
John Bercow said he would not allow Theresa May's motion to be put to parliament again if it looked 'substantially the same' as the last time she put it to
"When the UK decided to leave the European Union, it was the decision made with some consequences," said Slovenia's foreign minister.
The UK government is considering its next steps after House of Commons Speaker John Bercow ruled out a third vote on the twice-rejected EU exit deal.
Theresa May’s deal was resoundingly defeated for the second time when brought back last week.
Philip Hammond says many MPs were changing their minds ahead of the March 29 Brexit deadline
MPs voted against Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal this week, as well as rejecting crashing out of the EU with no deal and for an extension to Article 50. But what does this mean now?
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British and other European MEPs react to the possibility of extending Article 50.
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British MEP Neena Gill says May has "always been fighting for her political survival".
UK MPs have voted to take a no-deal Brexit off the table, placing new pressure on May's government
The Portuguese government has already made a gesture of good will, saying nothing is going to change with expat rights..., so long as nothing changes for Portuguese migrants in the UK.
British MPs profoundly rejected May's Brexit deal for a second time by a margin of 149 votes. The House of Commons now prepares to vote again today on whether the UK should leave the European Union without a deal on 29 March. So how is British media reacting the morning after this brutal defeat?
Two amendments have already been tabled. One calls for no-deal to be ruled out once and for one, the other demands the country set "standstill agreements" with the EU.
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