May in `Listening' Mode in Effort to Sweeten Deal: Brexit Update - BloombergPrime Minister Theresa May has five days to avoid a devastating defeat in Parliament over her Brexit deal. Key Developments. May is listening to colleagues and considering ideas to make the most controversial part of the deal -- the Irish backstop ...-- https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-12-06/may-offers-concession-on-backstop-to-sweeten-deal-brexit-update

May urges lawmakers to back her Brexit deal but rebels remain unconvinced - Reuters

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.

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May in `Listening' Mode in Effort to Sweeten Deal: Brexit Update - Bloomberg

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Cabinet ministers called into Number 10 to discuss Brexit vote - Sky News Cabinet ministers called into Number 10 to discuss Brexit vote

Theresa May signals she is trying to offer concessions to critics of her Brexit deal, as MPs return to debate the agreement.

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UK PM May urges lawmakers to back her Brexit deal but rebels remain unconvinced - Nasdaq

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No delay to UK parliament's Brexit vote despite report of warning to May - Reuters Canada

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.

Reuters Canada

PM May says - It's my deal, no deal or no Brexit at all - Reuters

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.

Reuters

Theresa May dismisses talk of delay to Brexit vote - Financial Times

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Brexit: Theresa May's deal under mounting pressure as legal advice stiffens opposition - ABC News Theresa May's Brexit deal under mounting pressure as legal advice stiffens opposition

The British Government is forced to publish legal advice showing the United Kingdom could be locked indefinitely in the European Union's orbit under Brexit backstop, putting Prime Minister Theresa May's deal under increasing pressure.

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Brexit vote WILL go ahead: May holds firm in crisis talks with Cabinet despite calls for her to drop House of ... - Daily Mail

The PM sparked fevered speculation about a U-turn by summoning senior ministers to Downing Street this afternoon.

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