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Prime Minister Theresa May has said that the MPs have “one last chance” for backing to the Brexit’s “new deal”.

May said that a vote will be given to the MPs to decide whether to hold another referendum if they back the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill.

The bill mentions and promises on workers’ rights, environmental protections and the Northern Irish border.

“The Prime Minister’s latest proposals are worse than before and would leave us bound deeply in to the EU. It is time to leave on WTO terms”, said Jacob Rees-Mogg in his Twitter. “We can and must do better and deliver what the people voted for”, he added.

Theresa May said, “I have compromised, now I ask you to compromise too”. She also mentioned about her resignation that she offered. She said that, “ l offered to give up the job I love earlier than I would like”.

She asked the MPs to support the Withdrawal Agreement Bill at its first parliamentary hurdle and then “make the case” for another public vote when the bill was examined in detail later.

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David Lidington, Minister for the Cabinet Office of Britain said that UK will be taking part in the European elections. The vote is scheduled on May 23rd. But, Prime Minister Theresa May said that Britain would not have to take part if MPs agreed a Brexit plan first.

David Lidington said to media, “It is regrettably not going to be possible to finish that process before the date that is legally due for the European parliamentary elections … So those will now go ahead”.

Lidington also said that the Government will be trying to make the delay ‘as short as possible’. Britain was due to leave the European Union on March 29th.

But, the proposal put forward by UK Prime Minister Theresa May was not agreed by the Parliament, and an extended deadline up to 31 October was given by EU.

David Lidington told reuters, “We will be redoubling our efforts … to try to make sure that the delay after that is as short as possible. Ideally we would like to be in a situation where those MEPs from the UK never actually take their seats in the European parliament, certainly to get this done and dusted by the summer recess”.

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European Council president Donald Tusk said that the UK and EU agrees to delay Brexit until 31st of October.

Mr Tusk, after speaking about 5 hours at an EU summit in Brussels has said that his “message to British friends” was “please do not waste this time”.

PM Theresa May said that UK will still aim to leave the European Union as soon as possible.

The deal of summit in Beussels in the early hours of Thursday meant Britain will not crash out on Friday without a treaty to smooth its passage. But, if got a clarity regarding when, how or even if Brexit will happen, as May struggles to build support in parliament for withdrawal terms agreed with the EU last year.

Leo Varadkar, the Irish Taoiseach said that UK must now hold European elections in May, or leave on 1 June without a deal.

Theresa May, had earlier told the leaders that she wanted to extend the exit date of UK from this Friday to 30 June, with the option of leaving earlier if her withdrawal agreement was ratified by Parliament.

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The leaders of EU had taken decisions to grant permissions to Theresa May for Brexit delay. France urges for conditions to limit Britain’s ability to undermine the bloc.

Prime Minister Theresa May dashed to Berlin and Paris for a meetup with Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron to ask for permission to allow UK to put off its divorce from April 12.

It is not yet clear about what Merkel and Macron had agreed with May. A draft seen by reuters read, “The United Kingdom shall facilitate the achievement of the Union’s tasks and refrain from any measure which could jeopardise the attainment of the Union’s objectives”.

A Brexit delay to June 30 was asked by May to the EU. But the draft left the end-date blank pending a decision by the other 27 national leaders on Wednesday evening in Brussels.

May had said that she fears Brexit might never happen as she battles to get a divorce deal ratified by a divided parliament, more than a week after Britain was originally supposed to leave the EU.

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PM Theresa May will be meeting Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor and French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday to have a discussion for Brexit delay while her ministers hold crisis talks with the opposition to try to break the deadlock in London.

May’s proposal for Britain to leave the EU had been declined already. But, Theresa May is asking for yet more time as she courts veteran socialist Jeremy Corbyn, whose opposition Labour Party wants to keep Britain more closely tied to the bloc after Brexit.

Jeremy Corbyn, ahead of further talks between his team and government ministers have said, “The prime minister has not yet moved off her red lines so we can reach a compromise”.

May is due to visit Berlin and Paris ahead of an emergency EU summit in Brussels on Wednesday. The UK lawmakers are planning to hold a 90-minute debate on her proposal to delay Britain’s EU departure date to June 30 from April 12.

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Downing Street has said that the Ministers and their shadow counterparts will go on cross-party talks on Tuesday, as they try to break the Brexit deadlock.

The Prime Minister had not accepted the demand of Labour’s customs union, sources said. But, there occurred a move to change the non-binding political declaration.

Jeremy Corbyn, the labour leader said there had been no change in the government’s “red lines”. A spokesman of Downing Street said, government was “committed to finding a way through” which requires both sides “to work at a pace”.

The UK is currently due to leave the EU at 23:00 BST on Friday. The MP’s have not accepted the withdrawal agreement of Theresa May so far.

It has been reported that May would be attending an emergency summit in Brussels on Wednesday. The leaders of EU are expecting fresh plans aimed at ending the impasse in Parliament.

Apart from this, Theresa May will be meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron in Berlin and Paris on Tuesday, to have a discussion regarding this.

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The talks regarding Brexit deal, with the Government was of no use, says the Britain’s opposition Labour Party. The leaders of the European Union said that PM Theresa May could not convince them, that they should let Britain delay its departure next week.

May had requested to EU for a further delay to Brexit until 30 June. She had submitted a document to Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council regarding this. May had agreed that the country was preparing to take part in elections for the European Parliament in May. On 12th of April, The UK is currently due to leave the EU. No withdrawal deal has been approved by MPs.

The Tory negotiating team had not yet approved any changes to May’s original deal, said Sir Keir Starmer, the shadow Brexit secretary.

“The government will want to agree a timetable for ratification that allows the United Kingdom to withdraw from the EU before 23 May 2019 and therefore cancel the European parliament elections, but will continue to make responsible preparations to hold the elections should this not prove possible”, said May.

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to have a meet up with the leader of opposition Jeremy Corbyn. May had previously said that said she wanted to work with the Labour leader to break the Brexit deadlock.

May is trying to bring out a modified version of her withdrawal deal with the EU, with the support of Corbyn, so that she can secure the backing of MPs. Jeremy Corbyn said that he wants a customs union and workers’ rights to be priorities.

MPs’ cross party group is expected to have an attempt to push through legislation to stop a no-deal Brexit.

Theresa May had taken the decision to have a meeting with Corbyn after more than seven hours of talks with her cabinet on Tuesday. Brexiteers in her party, including former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is seemed to be upset with this deal. Boris Johnson had previously accused her of “entrusting the final handling of Brexit to Labour”.

Jeremy Corbyn had said that he is “very happy” to meet Mrs May and recognised his own “responsibility” to try to break the deadlock.

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MPs’ eight proposed Brexit options were put forward and none of these gets a majority support, which leads to a deadlock continuation in Brexit issue.

Prime Minister Theresa May’ deal were rejected twice and the Parliament was trying to find an alternative for this. The options included were a customs union with the EU and a referendum on any deal – were supposed to help find a consensus over how to leave the EU.

Stephen Barclay, the Brexit Secretary said that the results strengthened ministers’ view their deal was “the best option”. Prime Minister Theresa May had promised to resign from her position as PM if her deal was passed.

In a meeting of Tory MPs , May told that she would leave office earlier than planned if it guaranteed Parliament’s backing for her withdrawal agreement with the EU.

In a meeting of her Conservative MPs May said, I know there is a desire for a new approach – and new leadership – in the second phase of the Brexit negotiations and I won’t stand in the way of that”.

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Hundreds of thousands of people marched through central London on Saturday demanding a new Brexit referendum. The people opposed to the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

The people carried banners proclaiming “the best deal is no Brexit” and “we demand a People’s Vote”. The organisers of the match claimed this to be the biggest anti-Brexit protest yet.

Before marching past the prime minister’s office in Downing Street and finish outside parliament, the protesters gathered for a “Put it to the people march” at Marble Arch on the edge of Hyde Park.

According to the organisers, more than 700,000 people participated in the protest march, which would exceed a similar rally held in October.

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