Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar on Friday said he believed “a deal can be done” to avoid a disorderly British exit from the EU, after a meeting with a key ally of British Prime Minister Theresa May that he said went very well.
Varadkar later hosted May for a formal dinner in Dublin that an Irish
"The party was founded with my full support and with the intention of fighting the European elections on May 23 if Brexit has not been delivered by then," said Nigel Farage.
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Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey had a cheeky question for Theresa May as she arrived in Brussels on Thursday.
As Theresa May headed back to Brussels try and amend a Brexit deal, a protester tried to jump out in front of May's car.
Outrage from Brexit supporters, but some in Brussels praise Tusk for saying out loud what many think in private.
President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, delivered a major blow to Brexiteers on Wednesday, contemplating their "special place in hell".
UK Prime Minister Theresa May tried to reassure people in Northern Irland that she can secure a Brexit deal that will avoid a hard border with Ireland.
In a letter to the Japanese carmaker, the UK business minister had vowed to maintain manufacturers' capacity to trade with the EU.
The British prime minister said she would be entering talks with the EU with a "fresh mandate, new ideas and a renewed determination to agree a pragmatic solution".
It comes as the British Prime Minister Theresa May tries to gain support for her Brexit deal in the Commons on Tuesday.
EU leaders accuse Theresa May of lacking ideas as UK MPs send her back to Brussels to ask for an "alternative" to the Irish backstop. Leave voting political commentator Iain Dale thinks is more about compromise.
More drama from the House of Commons in Prime Minister's Questions.
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator gave a very short answer to the UK parliaments request for a renegotiation of its deal
The amendment backed by May's government has passed Parliament, giving her a mandate to head back to Brussels. But according to a host of players on the EU negotiating team, she'll be arriving to a chorus of the word "no."
British MPs voted on amendments to Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal on Tuesday, backing calls for a "no-deal" Brexit to be ruled out and for the Irish backstop to be replaced with "alternative arrangements".
Today is amendments day in the British Parliament where votes will be cast on a host of proposed amendments to Theresa May's Brexit deal, including a proposal for changes to the Irish backstop.
The Labour opposition's backing for the idea has revived interest in another public vote to settle the Brexit gridlock.
Theresa May says her government sees it as a duty to take the UK out of the EU on March 29
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British members of parliament on Tuesday voted on seven amendments to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal, two of which passed.
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn hold Brexit back and forth via letter.
As Theresa May found herself dealing with a landslide defeat in a vote on her Brexit deal in the House of Commons, users on social media have been voicing their opinions on what the United Kingdom should now do about Brexit.