British Prime Minister Theresa May is in Brussels on a last-gasp mission to beg EU leaders for more time to deliver a Brexit deal that was twice rejected by her own parliament.
British Prime Minister Theresa May formally asked the European Union to postpone the UK's departure until June 30.
Whether Britain slams into a ‘no deal’ scenario or Theresa May succeeds in getting a delay from Brussels, few in the UK consider the situation to be anything other than a right dog’s breakfast. But who is really to blame?
Lawmakers also rejected a call to use that time to hold a second Brexit referendum - a blow to the hopes of a large swath of Britons who still dream of keeping their European identities.
Lawmakers rejected the deal 391-242, ignoring May's entreaties to back the agreement and end the political chaos and economic uncertainty that Brexit has unleashed.
The British government says it has secured 'legally binding changes' from the European Union to overcome a key stumbling block on the Brexit deal.
The EU has been watching with growing alarm the possibility that Britain will crash out of the bloc without a deal, risking chaos on both sides of the Channel.
As European Union member states are caught between NATO and an internal European defence union, more states might be turning towards bilateral arrangements that undermine the core principles of the EU.
Although British Prime Minister Theresa May said she will deliver Brexit on time, the EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told May that her 27 EU partner countries will not renegotiate their divorce agreement.
Theresa May arrives in Brussels to try to renegotiate the Brexit agreement.
European Council President Donald Tusk slams British politicians who lobbied for the UK to exit the European economic bloc "without even a sketch of a plan how to carry it out safely."
Don’t be fooled by Macron’s recent Blairite-style speech on Brexit. The real losers of Brexit now are not the British, but the French. And Macron knows it.
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