27 February 2019 • 7:43pm Allison Pearson: Corbyn is committed to a second referendum he must pray will never happen Nigel Farage: The great Brexit betrayal is nearly complete Today's Brexit amendments: what are they – and do they matter Tears of rage and kamikaze Remainers: Inside the Cabinet meeting Philip Johnston: A delay to Article 50 could mean Britain never breaks free One month to go: what are your Brexit hopes and fears? Priti Patel and Grant Shapps: Extending Article 50 is just overturning Brexit people voted for Sign up: Brexit Whatsapp updates and all-new Brexit Bulletin MPs prepare to vote on the government's motion on Brexit, after Theresa May faced down a number of backbench attempts to seize control of the process. The government has accepted two of the amendments tabled today, including Yvette Cooper's bid to lock down commitments Mrs May made to MPs yesterday, including … [Read more...] about Brexit latest news: MPs vote on government motion as Jacob Rees-Mogg says he could vote for Theresa May’s Brexit deal
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British Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered another humiliating defeat in parliament after MPs again voted down her latest Brexit plans.On another dramatic day at Westminster, MPs voted by 303 to 258 against the motion endorsing the government's approach.The defeat on Thursday came after the pro-Brexit Tory European Research Group announced they had taken a "collective decision" to abstain.Furious members said supporting the motion would have amounted to an endorsement of efforts to rule out a no-deal Brexit.The wording of the motion called on MPs to reiterate their support for the approach set out in an earlier set of votes on January 29.On that occasion, the Commons voted for a government-backed amendment calling on ministers to reopen negotiations with Brussels on the Northern Ireland backstop.However, it also voted for a non-binding cross-party amendment rejecting a no-deal break with the EU. … [Read more...] about UK MPs vote against May’s Brexit approach
14 February 2019 • 5:21pm MPs to vote on Theresa May's EU withdrawal stance ERG Brexiteers says it cannot support a Government motion Eurozone’s coming recession will confirm Brexiteers’ warnings Brexit vote: What are MPs voting on today, and how will it affect the deal? Sign up: Brexit Whatsapp updates and all-new Brexit Bulletin MPs are voting on a series of amendments which aim to give parliament more control over Brexit. Theresa May faces an immediate threat in the Commons over concerns about a Government motion. Eurosceptic Conservatives have threatened to oppose the government’s motion because they believe it means Theresa May is abandoning the option of a no deal Brexit. Dominic Raab, the former Brexit secretary, has suggested he will vote against the Government this evening. Many MPs say the motion reiterates support for the direction agreed on January 29, when MPs supported an amendment … [Read more...] about Brexit latest news: MPs vote on Brexit amendments as Theresa May faces fresh rebellion
THE date when Britain is due to leave the EU is fast approaching but so far Theresa May has failed to secure backing for her Brexit deal. As MPs vote on the next steps on the process, here’s what you need to know when they will decide if we leave with a deal or not. When do MPs vote on the Brexit deal? The Prime Minister is seeking changes to her the so-called Backstop element of her deal with Brussels When it was first put to MPs in January, it was rejected in the biggest defeat suffered by a sitting government in history. She has said she wants to bring a revised deal back to parliament for a vote soon, but has not yet set a date. Mrs May’s controversial chief Brexit negotiator was overheard in a bar saying she will threaten MPs with a lengthy Brexit delay if they refuse to back her plan. Olly Robbins told colleagues that he expected the PM to take Brexit negotiations down to the wire next month. And then she would present MPs with a simple choice between backing a … [Read more...] about When do MPs vote on the Brexit deal, when did Theresa May trigger Article 50 and if she wins, what happens next?