Published: Sun, March 17, 2019
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

How did YOUR MP vote in crucial Brexit decisions?

How did YOUR MP vote in crucial Brexit decisions?

Sterling has rallied 1.7 percent against the dollar this week after British lawmakers voted against leaving the European Union without a deal and backed a delay to the March 29 exit date.

And fourth, they will vote on a bid by Labour MP Chris Bryant to BLOCK Theresa May from holding a third vote on her Brexit deal. In a desperate effort to avoid a third night of humiliating defeat, Theresa May's deputy David Lidington promised MPs the Government would stage its own indicative votes after next week's European Union summit if the Brexit deal fails again.

In a bid to stave off a third heavy defeat, the Prime Minister writes in the Sunday Telegraph that MPs must "stand together as democrats and patriots" and support her Withdrawal deal.

Darren Grimes, the Vote Leave campaigner who became known as the Brexit martyr after he was controversially punished by the Electoral Commission, also called on pro-Brexit MPs to vote with Mrs May.

"Although a no-deal exit was voted down, we can not predict what will happen because it depends on how negotiations with the European Union will go, We will have to watch developments closely", Aso said.

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The vote against a no-deal Brexit was non-binding, but investors believe Britain will now avert a disorderly Brexit that would severely damage its economy.

"If it is not the case what we need is clear vision from the UK Government, how much time the UK needs to come up with new proposals, new ideas how we proceed".

But the opposition Labour Party's finance policy chief John McDonnell said on Saturday he was concerned that Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond's presence during the talks means the government might have offered the DUP money to back the deal.

We also saw MPs rule out having a second referendum, though this was largely because the People's Vote campaign actually asked MPs not to agree to one right now, thinking that it may be better to do so later on.

But closer to home he said he hoped his discussions with Mr Tusk could help avoid a "rolling extension".

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To succeed, she must win over dozens of Brexit-supporting rebels in her own Conservative Party and the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), which has 10 lawmakers in parliament.

"I hope that MPs (lawmakers) of all parties will be over this weekend reflecting on the way forward", Mr Lidington said, adding that the legal default was that the United Kingdom would leave on March 29, unless something else is agreed upon.

"No extension should be granted beyond July 1 unless the European Parliament elections are held at the mandatory date", the paper said, as quoted by the Financial Times.

Former Brexit minister David Jones said: "The trouble with this deal is that nothing will have changed and it will still be a trap which we can not get out of, so we can not support it".

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