PM Theresa May faces challenge despite securing key Brexit changes

PM Theresa May faces challenge despite securing key Brexit changes

PM Theresa May faces challenge despite securing key Brexit changes

"If they do, it can be challenged through arbitration and if they are found to be in breach the United Kingdom can suspend the backstop", the prime minister said. But the great majority of lawmakers, including most Conservative members of Parliament, will vote against a no-deal Brexit because they believe it would be economically damaging and disruptive.

The cross crashed around 320-pips, eroding a major part of the previous session's goodish up-move and was further pressurized by a modest pull-back in equity markets, which provided a minor lift to the Japanese Yen's safe-haven status.

Tory MP, Bill Cash, leader of the group, said: "In the light of our own legal analysis and others' we do not recommend accepting the government's motion today".

Writing to EU summit chairman Donald Tusk after agreeing a deal to break the Brexit deadlock with British Prime Minister Theresa May, Juncker wrote: "The United Kingdom's withdrawal should be complete before the European elections that will take place between May 23-26 this year".

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Theresa May has secured "legally binding" changes to her Brexit deal - just hours before MPs will vote to approve the agreement in the Commons. The "Irish backstop" is an insurance policy that will ensure there is no hard border in Ireland.

Even if they formally get on board, though, there will be a rump of super-committed Tory eurosceptics - both inside and outside the ERG - who will always vote against any version of May's deal.

After Parliament rejected the deal in a defeat of historic proportions in January, May promised to seek changes to address these concerns.

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"There should be no lingering doubts: this deal will leave us trapped and surrenders our sovereignty".

"Since her Brexit deal was so overwhelmingly rejected, the prime minister has recklessly run down the clock, failed to effectively negotiate with the European Union and refused to find common ground for a deal Parliament could support".

If Parliament rejects the no-deal option, MPs would then face a vote on Wednesday or Thursday if they wanted to pursue a "short limited extension to Article 50", at which point, May would contact the see if Brussels would okay a delay to the process, which began with the initial vote to leave in June 2016.

Tusk also said the European Union would consider a "reasoned request" from London for an extension of article 50, but only with "credible justification".

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