Published: Thu, March 14, 2019
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

EU Reportedly to Crush UK With Billions in Brexit Delay Punishment

EU Reportedly to Crush UK With Billions in Brexit Delay Punishment

Remember, in November past year, the European Union approved May's Brexit deal but her agreement with the bloc was unceremoniously rejected by members of her own party, as well as the opposition.

A rejected deal and postponement of the March 29 Brexit date will leave Britain "in uncharted waters", the paper added.

"With only 17 days left to March 29, today's vote has significantly increased the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit".

With Theresa May likely to be humiliated again seeking further concessions in Strasbourg today and in tomorrow's vote, it appears city institutions have been voting with their feet, moving operations overseas.

Conservative lawmaker Nicky Morgan said Ms.

The pound, which had risen on hopes the deal would be passed, slumped by more than 1 per cent against the dollar after Cox's assessment, to trade at $1.3108. There's probably still not a majority in Parliament for a re-run, but that could change in the weeks ahead.

"Now is the time to come together to back this improved Brexit deal and to deliver on the instruction of the British people".

German EU affairs minister Michael Roth, called it "a far-reaching compromise".

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The Daily Mail says there is now speculation over how long Mrs May will remain as Prime Minister, although her aides have insisted she has not considered resigning. "There is no alternative".

However, Starmer said the party would not be seeking to secure support in parliament for a second referendum on Tuesday. Labour Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer expressed skepticism about whether May had won substantive concessions.

The former shadow home secretary, who has also been one of the key players in parliamentary moves to avoid no deal, said May should offer a series of indicative votes on the future relationship with Europe and a consultative process with business and trade unions, as well as a possible citizens' assembly.

If her deal is defeated, May has pledged to give lawmakers a vote on Wednesday on leaving without a deal on March 29 and, if they reject that, then they will vote on Thursday on delaying Brexit.

Britain, Ireland and the European Union have said they want to avoid physical checks on the border, which was marked by military checkpoints before a 1998 peace deal ended three decades of violence in the region.

The joint UK-EU statement in the non-binding political declaration commits both sides to develop new technologies at the border to replace the need for the backstop by December 2020.

She said it was "time to pivot, not to dig in" and said the risk of extension was that May would "do more of the same, running round in circles on the backstop and running down the clock".

"The legal instrument that we have agreed is an addition to the Withdrawal Agreement.

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Let's do what is necessary for MPs (members of parliament) to back the deal on Tuesday". Economists say it could cause huge upheaval, with customs checks causing gridlock at United Kingdom ports, new tariffs triggering sudden price increases and red tape for everyone from truckers to tourists.

The Telegraph said there was "a backdrop of exasperation" to the Prime Minister's trip to Brussels and that a deal will only succeed if there is "no doubt" that the backstop is temporary.

But MPs rejected it in January by a massive 432 votes to 202, with many of May s Conservatives rebelling against her.

He stressed that the United Kingdom had a second chance for requests for changes in the agreement but there will not be a third time. It is what we do with the second chance that counts.

He said May's "mantra of "my deal or no deal" needs to be dead and buried tonight".

If "no deal" is off the table, 14 March will see British lawmakers vote for the delay of Brexit.

British lawmakers rejected May's Brexit deal in a 391-242 vote on Tuesday night.

"Today is our Hotel California moment".

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