May's government survives no confidence vote

May's government survives no confidence vote

The group, including the world-renowned architect Lord Foster, Nobel Prize victor Sir Paul Nurse and lastminute.com co-founder Baroness Lane-Fox, warned MPs "must not waste any more time on fantasies".

She has repeatedly said another referendum would corrode faith in democracy among the 17.4 million people who voted to leave the European Union in 2016.

Several business groups called for MPs to get behind Mrs May's Withdrawal Agreement before it was emphatically rejected in Parliament on Tuesday.

Now it's back to Brexit, where May is caught between the rock of her own negotiating red lines and the hard place of a Parliament that wants to force a radical change of course.

Instead, we have a deal that puts the United Kingdom economy at risk.

'She should take her deal to the public, and agree to a People's Vote which includes the option of remaining in the European Union and avoiding the need for soldiers on the streets'.

"With the clock now ticking rapidly before we are due to quit, politicians must not waste any more time on fantasies". The pound was up against the dollar early Wednesday and rose further after the no-confidence vote to $1.2880. A small number favour a second referendum.

He said: "Jeremy Corbyn won't talk to Theresa May until she does the thing that the Chancellor says they are going to do".

He added: "If the government remains intransigent, if support for Labour's alternative is blocked for party advantage - and the country is facing the potential disaster of no deal - our duty will then be to look at other options which we've set out in our conference motion, including the option of a public vote".

The big conundrum is the future of the Irish border, an issue that received scant attention in the lead-up to the 2016 Brexit referendum. "That's why. I have chose to trigger the plan for a no-deal Brexit", Philippe told reporters.

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The prime minister is holding cross-party talks on what to do next about Brexit following her crushing parliamentary defeat on Wednesday.

Maas said Britain needed to say how it meant to proceed if it wanted to get an extension of the Article 50 exit negotiation period, and the EU would keep in mind the approaching European Parliament elections in May.

All parties have been calling on the government to extend the current March 29 Article 50 deadline and take the prospect of a no-deal Brexit off the table.

On Monday, MPs will vote on an amendment that will "pave the way for the Bill", the paper said.

Chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, said here on Thursday that the European Union will immediately change the exit agreement if the UK's red lines change, Portuguese Lusa News Agency reported.

However, she maintained that ruling out a no deal scenario was not possible.

"There is still a long way to go, but hopes of a mutually beneficial solution are growing", he said.

Mr Gardiner said that neither Mr Corbyn nor his frontbench team were taking part in discussions with the Government while no-deal remained on the table.

"I don't want it anymore than you do", he added, The Independent reported. The country can unilaterally rescind its exit. A fragile and fractured government which is in office but which is certainly not in power.

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