Theresa May rushed to Strasbourg on Monday to seek concessions from the European Union in a last-ditch attempt to avoid another humiliating defeat in Parliament of her deal to exit the bloc.
Comments from UK Prime Minister Theresa May generated a round of applause from her audience after she was challenged by a reporter for not choosing to answer more questions from female journalists on International Women's Day
Theresa May faced questions about Brexit in the House of Commons, as the deadline for the UK to leave the EU approaches.
Politicians in the UK continue to be locked in negotiations to try and get agreement on a Brexit deal, despite it being just over three weeks until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU.
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After meeting with her cabinet, the British PM laid out plans for parliament to vote in March on potentially extending Article 50
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"We have it within our grasp. I have had a real sense in conversations that we can achieve that deal on the 29th of March. That's where my energy is going to be focused," said May.
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker joked to reporters that an injury on his face wasn't Theresa May's fault.
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British Prime Minister Theresa May and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn remained silent on the defections from both parties.
They protested near the Parliament where lawmakers were gearing up to reject Prime MInister Theresa May's motion seeking renewed support for her Brexit strategy.