Brexit votes: How will the British parliament’s indicative votes work?

Brexit votes: How will the British parliament’s indicative votes work?

Will MPs force Theresa May to negotiate a customs union? Will the PM put her Brexit deal to a fourth vote? Continue reading Brexit votes: How will the British parliament’s indicative votes work?

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Italy sign on to China’s ‘One belt, One Road

Italy sign on to China’s ‘One belt, One Road


China hails ‘historic’ Europe trip as Xi signs billion-dollar deals with France, BRI with Italy —
Tasha Wibawa



Chinese President Xi Jinping is wrapping up his overseas jaunt of the year, visiting Europe on a mission to strengthen Beijing’s ties to the region.


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UK: Overwhelming majority of Tory members want Prime Minister Theresa May to resign

UK: Overwhelming majority of Tory members want Prime Minister Theresa May to resign

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All extension scenarios make a softer Brexit, or no Brexit at all, more likely
Brussels is unlikely to say no to an extension, but everything depends on why the UK is asking for a delay
Some in government are quietly confident of the chances of a third Meaningful Vote passing Continue reading UK: Overwhelming majority of Tory members want Prime Minister Theresa May to resign

Brexit: MPs will vote on having a second EU referendum TONIGHT

Brexit: MPs will vote on having a second EU referendum TONIGHT

Tonight Members of Parliament will vote on whether to give the public another referendum on Brexit.

The vote will take place after Speaker of the House John Bercow selected an amendment that could lead to a vote in which the UK public will have a final say. Continue reading Brexit: MPs will vote on having a second EU referendum TONIGHT

British parliament expected to reject a ‘no-deal’ Brexit in a vote Wednesday – throwing the country in deeper political crisis

British parliament expected to reject a ‘no-deal’ Brexit in a vote Wednesday – throwing the country in deeper political crisis

LONDON (Reuters) – The parliament will vote on Wednesday on whether to leave the European Union in 16 days without an agreement as the government said it would eliminate import tariffs on a wide range of goods in a no-deal Brexit scenario. Continue reading British parliament expected to reject a ‘no-deal’ Brexit in a vote Wednesday – throwing the country in deeper political crisis