Theresa May is struggling to stave off a...
Parliament's vote on British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal will go ahead on Dec. 11, her office said on Thursday, despite a newspaper report ministers had sought a delay to prevent a defeat so big it might bring down the government.
Sterling held above a 1-1/2 year low on Thursday as concerns on how a British Parliament vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal next week would unfold prompted investors to remain on the sidelines.
Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday that British lawmakers faced a choice ahead of a vote on her Brexit deal: approving her deal or facing an exit with no deal or even the reversal of Brexit.
THERESA MAY’S Brexit deal was branded 'economically mad' after ministers were forced to publish secret legal advice that revealed her plan could leave the UK trapped 'indefinitely' by Brussels. Britain faces being stuck in 'protracted and repeating rounds of negotiations' for many years, with no lawful power to exit arrangements designed to stop a hard Irish border, documents drawn up by the Government's legal supremo warned.
BREXITEER John Redwood hit out at Remainer MPs wanting to scupper Brexit during a heated Commons debate on Wednesday and urged them to stop treating the British electorate as they are “unable to make an adult decision”.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said Thursday she may let Parliament decide whether to trigger the controversial Northern Ireland "backstop" as she shrugged off suggestions that the government may delay a vote on her Brexit deal to avoid a stinging defeat.