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Brexit: First ministers call for next PM to reject no deal

The Welsh and Scottish governments have said they will work together to try to keep the UK in the European Union. Mark Drakeford and Nicola Sturgeon also called on the next prime minister to "change course and rule out" leaving the EU without a deal.Read more





Brexit First ministers call for next PM to reject no deal

Image caption The Welsh and Scottish first ministers have said a no-deal Brexit would be disastrous The Welsh and Scottish governments have said they will work together to try to keep the UK in the European Union Mark Drakeford and Nicola Sturgeon also
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Liberal Democrat leadership hopeful Sir Ed Davey calls for Government of national unity to avoid no deal Brexit

Liberal Democrat leadership hopeful Sir Ed Davey has today called for a Government of national unity to avoid a no-deal Brexit The former Energy Secretary believes Labours Yvette Cooper or Hilary Benn should sit as Prime Minister and they would have
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Boris Johnson May Be Forced To Call Second Brexit Referendum As PM Hammond Warns

Philip Hammond is set to warn Boris Johnson that as prime minister he may have no choice but to call a public vote truths on Brexit that the EU will not renegotiate withdrawal terms parliament will reject no-deal and that without a general
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Could a new prime minister prorogue parliament to deliver a no-deal Brexit

At first with no deal This is why prorogation is under discussion as a means of forestalling any attempted control by parliament Although MPs voted in March to reject a no-deal Brexit under any circumstances and required the prime minister to
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Cabinet meets to consider next steps after MPs reject Brexit deal alternatives

The Prime Minister and her senior ministers will take stock after MPs again failed to find a majority for a series of alternatives to her Brexit deal A call for a customs union Mr Boles immediately declared that he would no longer sit as a
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Brexit PM to bring third Brexit deal vote to Commons

Theresa May will make a third attempt to get her EU withdrawal deal through Parliament in the next week She told MPs that if her deal fails again to get their backing a lengthy delay to Brexit may be needed The prime to reject a no-deal Brexit
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