Theresa May to ask MPs for more time on Brexit

Theresa May to ask MPs for more time on Brexit

Theresa May to ask MPs for more time on Brexit

He accused May of "pretending to make progress" over issues such as the Irish border so she could "run down the clock" to force MPs to choose between her deal and no deal.

"We have got to put a hard stop into this running down the clock", Sir Keir told the Sunday Times.

British Prime Minister Theresa May plans to ask the parliament for more time to negotiate changes to her Brexit deal with the European Union, media outlets report.

Despite a series of setbacks for those campaigning for another Brexit referendum, Mr Blair said still hoped one might happen when people saw the "true alternatives" the country faces. "There needs to be a day when Parliament says that's it, enough is enough".

Should the prime minster fail in her bid to secure concessions from the European Union before her speech, she plans to ask for more time and promise a vote on other Brexit options at the end of February, the Sunday Telegraph and other British media report. "And that's what we want to do this week".

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"It feels like the parliamentary process is in logjam, no way can be found through, so that prospect of no-deal feels much higher", CBI Director General Carolyn Fairbairn said.

Meanwhile, Labour edged closer to being the midwives of Brexit, as Jeremy Corbyn wrote to Theresa May suggesting that he might support her deal.

The move led to a backlash from pro-EU Labour MPs, but Starmer defended the approach and warned against a split in the party.

The backstop aims to prevent a hard border on the island of Ireland has been a constant sticking point in Brexit negotiations with Tory Brexiteers and the DUP rejecting the plan.

"We have to keep it together, because in the end, any chance of effective opposition goes if an opposition party starts to lose members from their team".

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Earlier today, Treasury Chief Secretary Liz Truss refused to rule out quitting if May shifted to a position of backing a customs union in order to get a deal through parliament.

Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show on Sunday morning, Brokenshire said if a deal had not been agreed by February 27 then MPs would be allowed to again vote on their own proposals as to what should happen.

Truss said the United Kingdom must have an "independent trade policy" and questioned whether a customs union could command a majority in Parliament.

The EU and the Irish Government have insisted that the backstop is the best way of guaranteeing there will be no hard border in Ireland.

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