UK: BREXIT Delayed, ‘It wasn’t me’; British Prime Minister Theresa May protests

CRIMSON TAZVINZWA, AIWA! NO!|At a summit last week the EU agreed to delay Britain’s exit from the bloc from the previously scheduled date of March 29 until April 12 — or May 22, they assumed the UK prime minister would have finally won House of Commons vote for her Brexit deal – third time attempt; no ‘twice beaten twice shy’. Apparently, and unfortunately, there was no appetite for the third vote, this time May demurred because of short of numbers.

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Why it’s right for the House of Lords to apply the brakes on a train-crash Brexit – Lord Karan Bilimoria

Advertisements “We’re not ‘unelected wreckers’. Our role is to safeguard democracy and ensure parliament and the people get a meaningful say on a final deal,” says Lord Karan Bilimoria of Chelsea. Crossbench Peer Founder of Cobra beer Founding Chairman of UK – India Business Council © edp.earecom.press Theresa May today chairs her Brexit “war cabinet” toContinue reading “Why it’s right for the House of Lords to apply the brakes on a train-crash Brexit – Lord Karan Bilimoria”