The Prime Minister acknowledged differences between herself and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in a video released by Downing Street.
After marathon Cabinet talks lasting almost eight hours, the Prime Minister spoke from Downing Street, announcing her intension to seek a further extension of Article 50, and offered to reach across the aisle to the opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Westminster hoped to gain clarity in a series of indicative votes on alternative options for Brexit. It did not, as all were rejected by MPs.
The Prime Minister was addressing Conservative MPs at a meeting of the 1922 Committee when she announced she was prepared to leave Downing Street sooner than planned, if her Brexit deal was passed through Parliament.
The Prime Minister addressed Britain following yet another tumultuous day in Westminster, telling the public: “It is high time we made a decision”.
The Tory MP called it the “worst moment” he has experienced since entering the House of Commons. Continue reading Conservative MP Dominic Grieve slams PM Theresa May’s PMQs statement, and her handling of Brexit
The House of Commons has voted to extend Article 50 until June 30, in a bid to find a resolution to the Brexit impasse that has consumed Parliament.
After last minute renegotiations in Strasbourg on Monday evening, the prime minister was hoping for a change of fortunes for her EU withdrawal agreement.
As the press gathered in Downing Street for an early evening press conference, the Prime Minister stuck to her plan and refused to budge on her widely panned Brexit deal.
The prime minister addressed the nation after a historic five-hour meeting of the cabinet to announce they had approved the draft withdrawal agreement set out by UK and EU negotiators.
The United States is ready to strike a new bilateral trade agreement with Britain, according to the U.S. Speaker of the House. Continue reading UK and US ready to strike bilateral free trade deal ‘as soon as possible’