Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Europe Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Europe | Brexit Live Updates: U.K. Parliament Rejects Theresa May’s Deal Advertisement Supported by Live Briefing ByThe New York Times March 29, 2019 • With Britain in political crisis and a new deadline to leave the European Union two weeks away, Parliament rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan for a third time on Friday. • Lawmakers voted down the 585-page withdrawal agreement, which details Britain’s relationship to the European Union through the end of 2020. • The vote means that Britain could withdraw on April 12 without an agreement — the “no-deal” Brexit that many economists and officials have warned would do serious economic damage. The only alternative may be a long delay, which is opposed by pro-Brexit lawmakers. • In a bid to win over hard-line Brexit supporters, Mrs. May had promised Conservative lawmakers this week that she would step down as prime minister if the deal were approved. The prime minister had hoped that enough lawmakers would reverse course, despite their concerns, rather than risk crashing out without a deal. May is rejected for a third time, adding to political… Read full this story
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