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.

Japanese PM Abe welcomed Brexit deal during call with UK PM May: May’s office

Japanese PM Abe welcomed Brexit deal during call with UK PM May: May’s office

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