May faces heavy defeat in parliament as Brexit crisis grips Britain

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After she spoke, Barnier announced he was ready to give Britain the unilateral right to leave the EU customs union. "That is disappointing. We are within a few days of the next meaningful vote". We have this vote on Tuesday. The UK has put forward clear new proposals.

The UK is set to leave the bloc on 29 March, but the House of Commons hasn't approved a new deal following the rejection of May's agreement with Brussels in January. The Commons will vote for a second time on whether to accept the divorce agreement on Tuesday, after rejecting it by an historic margin in January. Barnier told ambassadors on Friday the blame game had started, according to a person familiar with the situation.

There had been speculation the Prime Minister could fly out to Brussels early on Monday to clinch a deal if an agreement on the backstop - meant to prevent the return of a hard border on the island of Ireland - was within grasp. Others argue that without a delay Britain faces an economic shock if it leaves without a deal. A no-deal Brexit will be "a big problem" for Ireland, France, Poland and Germany, she added.

The first vote was overwhelming defeated in January, and since then the prime minister has spent every available moment trying to renegotiate with the European Union and spruiking her deal to her party and the opposition. Then there will be a vote on postponing the March 29 exit day.

"And then the week after that, there'll have to be further votes.so there's going to be plenty of opportunities for amendments", said Starmer, like a parent talking about when ice cream time will be. Asked if she could ever imagine voting to leave without a deal, Leadsom indicated that it was possible: "I'm determined that we deliver on the decision of the people in 2016 so I am determined that we leave the European Union". The newspaper also said cabinet ministers have spoken about whether to insist she goes as early as this week.

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The United Kingdom's labyrinthine crisis over European Union membership is approaching its finale with an extraordinary array of options including a delay, a last-minute deal, no-deal Brexit, a snap election or even another referendum.

Mr Hunt said that if Brexit was derailed, voters would hold the Conservatives responsible for failing to deliver on the outcome of the 2016 referendum. "Who is going to enforce such an arrangement on this?" he said.

But asked if he thought Mrs May would still be Prime Minister by Christmas, he said: "I don't know".

Leadsom said the United Kingdom economy remains successful and still offers a strong investment opportunity.

Blackford says the party seeks "a recognition that if the United Kingdom does leave the European Union that the people of Scotland should be able to determine their own destiny and in particular should have that power to have an independence referendum if we so choose".

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