Friday December 6, 2019

May’s three votes hold key to Brexit salvation

An obstacle course of three crucial votes next week could leave the Irish government broadly content with the outcome, but the path to a partial Brexit salvation looks fraught

3rd March, 2019

Theresa May attempted to restore order to the meltdown when she went into the House of Commons last week and surprised everyone with her three-stage endgame for Brexit. The British prime minister told MPs that she would bring her latest Brexit deal back to the House for a vote on March 12 and continued to say that she believes a deal will be delivered by the existing March 29 deadline.

But this time, she added something. If...

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