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The prime minister tells Conservative parliamentarians "history will judge us all" over the handling of Britain's exit from the EU.
PM likely to head to Brussels next week after defeat at hands of Eurosceptic Tories Politics live - follow all the latest developments Theresa May will insist to EU leaders that her defeat in... parliament on Thursday does not change her belief that her Brexit deal can still achieve a majority - as long as there are changes to the backstop. May is likely to head to Brussels next week after another crushing defeat in parliament inflicted by Eurosceptic backbenchers, as well as speaking to more EU leaders over the weekend.
The PM says she is returning to Brussels with a "fresh mandate" to renegotiate her deal with the EU.
No-deal on Brexit could really stink. If the UK leaves the European Union without passing a host of stopgap measures by March 29, it might face a trash crisis. Licenses to export millions of tons of... trash to Scandinavia and other parts of Northern Europe could expire overnight, leaving "putrefying stockpiles of rubbish," the Guardian...
MPs have backed seeking "alternative arrangements" to replace the backstop in the PM's Brexit plan.
Labour MP Yvette Cooper plans to use an amendment to try to block a no-deal Brexit.
The UK says it want to replicate the EU's trade agreements "as far as possible".
Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer says remain option should be on ballot paper Labour must keep open the option of a second EU referendum with remain on the ballot paper, Keir Starmer has said.... After Theresa May's Brexit deal was overwhelmingly voted down on Tuesday, leaving Labour as potential kingmakers in shaping the nature of Britain's exit from the European Union, the shadow Brexit secretary said Labour must either instruct the government to negotiate a close economic relationship with the EU based on a customs union, or campaign for a further public vote.
In a disastrous week for Theresa May's Brexit agreement, her former director of strategy, Chris Wilkins, and the Guardian's Daniel Boffey chart where it all went wrong. Plus: Polly Toynbee on what... Labour should do next It has been a crushing week for Theresa May. On Tuesday, parliament rejected her Brexit deal in the biggest ever government defeat on the floor of the House of Commons. Chris Wilkins, Theresa May's former director of strategy, takes Anushka Asthana on May's Brexit journey, from the steps of Downing Street in July 2016 to yesterday's vote of no confidence, while the Guardian's Daniel Boffey describes how each stage was viewed from Brussels.
The British PM has survived a confidence vote in Parliament 325 to 306 and appealed to MPs to try and break the impasse over the Brexit divorce agreement.
Theresa May again urges MPs to back her deal - but a poll suggests only one in four voters backs it.
The international trade secretary says rejecting the PM's deal would shatter the electorate's trust.
A no-deal Brexit -- where the UK crashes out of the European Union without a transition plan in place -- could cause food and medicine shortages for its closest neighbor, Ireland.
Wherever one goes, concerned people ask what Britain is doing. It seems clear from our actions that we don't know This column comes to you from Perugia in Italy, a reasonably safe haven from the... shenanigans of Westminster. We have been visiting our youngest daughter, who is a beneficiary at the university of one of the many privileges of the UK's membership of the EU: namely the kind of Erasmus scholarship that might well be threatened if the Brexiters have their way. Although it is my fate to write about the threat of Brexit, I share the feelings of so many people I meet that there are times when one fears one is being driven insane by its prominence in the so-called national debate, when there are so many other pressing problems.
The PM accuses her predecessor of "undermining" talks with the EU and "insulting the office he once held".
A former minister urges the prime minister to give MPs a vote on her Brexit deal before Christmas.
The British Parliament's Brexit chaos has delivered a massive potential retirement windfall for almost anyone who has worked legally in Britain for more than three years.
Nothing ever changes. The details are mind-numbing. And it will all determine the future of the country.
Theresa May is seeking "further clarification" to satisfy MPs after "robust" exchange with EU chief.
The pound falls to the lowest level against the dollar since June 2017 amid uncertainty over Brexit.
Britain could consider a "Norway-plus" deal with the European Union if British Prime Minister Theresa May fails to win lawmakers' approval next week for her unpopular Brexit deal, a senior …
Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith cautions prime minister and her cabinet not to 'brazen it out' Theresa May could be forced to stand down as prime minister if her Brexit deal is defeated in the... Commons next week, a Tory former leader has warned. Eurosceptic Iain Duncan Smith cautioned against May and her cabinet deciding to "brazen it out", saying such an approach would be a "disaster".
Al Jazeera explains the parlance concerning the UK's impending departure from the European Union.
The Treasury's Brexit forecasts are to be published as the PM heads to Scotland to defend her deal.
The prime minister will tell MPs the "British people want us to get on with a deal that honours the referendum".