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Brexit: Warning over Labour'sLabour will "haemorrhage" votes in the EU election unless the party backs a second vote, says a senior party figure.
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Britain, EU agree to delayEuropean leaders and British Prime Minister Theresa May agreed Wednesday to push the final deadline for the U.K. to depart the bloc until Halloween.
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May facing prospect of longer Brexit delay

Sky News - 10 Apr 2019 04:12
Theresa May is facing the prospect of being presented with a delay to Brexit of up to a year at an emergency EU summit in Brussels.
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Brexit: Theresa May to meetTheresa May goes to Berlin and Paris before an emergency EU summit called to consider a delay to Brexit.
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Brexit: EU's Donald TuskThe proposed 12-month extension would allow the UK to leave sooner if MPs ratify a deal, an EU source says.
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Brexit: Theresa May considersTheresa May is under pressure from some senior Brexiteers to rule out a customs union with the EU.
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Brexit: Will flights be disrupted?

BBC - 31 Mar 2019 02:56
Brexit: Will flights beThe EU and UK have agreed a plan to try to avoid disruption.
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Brexit: Leave supporters rallyCrowds of Brexit supporters gather in Westminster to protest against the delay to Brexit.
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Theresa May’s EU BrexitBritain now has until April 12 to announce a new plan to leave the European Union, or leave the bloc without a deal and risk a disorderly exit.        
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The story of Brexit: A musical guide

CBSNews - 28 Mar 2019 05:32
It's been a raucous and uncertain nearly two years since Britain voted to leave the European Union. BBC News' Simon Bates had a musical guide to Brexit.
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Cherry-picking, cake andAs May announced her intention to quit after phase one of Brexit, MPs attempted to take control of the debate with a series of indicative votes. The former UK ambassador to the EU Sir Ivan Rogers... reflects on how the negotiation process favoured the bloc once the timetable was agreed. Plus: Caroline Criado Perez on what a lack of spacesuits for women tells us about entrenched sexism When Sir Ivan Rogers resigned unexpectedly from his post as the UK's ambassador to the EU in 2017, it created shockwaves. It also meant the loss of one of the country's most experienced negotiators at a time when Britain was about to trigger article 50. He joins Anushka Asthana to discuss how the Brexit negotiations have panned out since and argues that when Theresa May and her initial Brexit secretary, David...
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Brexit, a comedy of errors

CBSNews - 24 Mar 2019 16:36
There's a time-honored tradition in Britain: When things are looking really bad, take refuge in humor. And lately, the satirical BBC Radio comedy series, "The Now Show," has been finding it hard to be... funnier than the real thing. Mark Phillips reports on how Brexit - Great Britain's anticipated-but-not-quite-thought-out exit from the European Union - is screwing up the country, and how satirists are responding.
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Brexit petition to revokeCall to put brakes on UK's EU exit is most popular petition ever on parliament website The petition asking the British government to revoke article 50 and reconsider its plan to exit the European... Union has passed the 5m-signature mark, following a massive demonstration in London on Saturday. As of 2.18pm on Sunday, 5,000,438 people had signed the petition, making it the most popular to have been submitted to the parliament website. The previous highest total of 4,150,260 was for a 2016 petition calling for a second referendum should the initial poll not provide a definitive enough result.
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Brexit: May urged to quit toSenior Tories may back the PM's deal if they know she will not lead the next stage of EU negotiations.
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Protesters opposed to Brexit march through London to demand a new referendum as the deepening crisis over leaving the EU threatens to sink Prime Minister Theresa May.
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'Cancel Brexit' petition womanThe "Stop Brexit" petition on the Parliament website has broken the record for most signatures.
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Calls grow for public inquiry into Brexit

The Guardian - 23 Mar 2019 16:13
Calls grow for public inquiryInvestigation could look at ballot wording, May's red lines and negotiation strategy Calls for a public inquiry into Brexit are mounting among diplomats, business figures, peers and MPs, amid claims... that the civil service is already planning for a future investigation into how it has been handled. The decision to call the referendum, the red lines drawn up by Theresa May and Britain's negotiating strategy are all issues that senior figures would like to be examined.
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With clock ticking down EUEuropean Unionleaderson Thursday granted the United Kingdom an extension to its departure from the bloc– scheduled in eight days.        
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How A Chaotic Brexit Has BeenThe evidence shows that the UK's parliamentary malaise hasn't hurt the economy.
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Brexit food stockpiling loanAdvertising chiefs rule people may have felt pressured into taking out a loan by fears of food shortages.
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British companies look set to cut investment by the most in 10 years in 2019 because of Brexit, even if Prime Minister Theresa May gets a deal to ease the country out of the bloc, an employers group... said on Monday.
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Brexit ferry contracts couldThe government's no-deal ferry contracts will require further payments if Brexit is delayed.
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Brexit latest: What's happenedAfter a rollercoaster week in UK politics, you would be forgiven for being left confused.
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British lawmakers voted to delay Brexit, just 15 days before the country is scheduled to leave the European Union. Parliament voted by 412-202 in favor of seeking to postpone Briatin's departure for... at least three months beyond the current March 29 deadline. BBC News' Laura Kuenssberg reports.
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Brexit 'sees UK finance firmsStudy counting cost of Brexit on banking and finance says 275 firms have moved some business abroad.
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