Theresa May leaves Downing St before key Brexit vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May, Attorney General Geoffrey Cox and Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay leave 10 Downing Street before a parliamentary vote on May’s ill-loved Brexit plan — a day after she said she secured last-minute changes to the deal from the EU. IMAGES of the Prime Minister, Attorney General and Brexit Secretary leaving Downing Street

Brexit: London claims to have guarantees before the vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May says she has secured “legally binding” guarantees from the EU designed to get her Brexit deal through the British parliament and avert a chaotic withdrawal. European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker warns that this agreement “is the only one possible.”

May: ‘legally binding changes’ to Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May says there are ‘legally binding changes’ to the Brexit deal. SOUNDBITE

‘It’s this deal or Brexit might not happen at all’: Juncker

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker says ‘it’s this deal, or Brexit might not happen at all’, during a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May in Strasbourg. SOUNDBITE

British singer Yola survived a house fire

British singer-songwriter Yola lived through a house fire when a faulty bioethanol burner exploded, but lived to sing about it. She named her new album “Walk Through Fire” after writing a song about it. (March 11)

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Royals arrive at Westminster Abbey to mark Commonwealth Day

British royals arrive at Westminster Abbey in London to mark Commonwealth Day. IMAGES of royals arriving

Britain’s May calls for Brexit action as divorce date looms

Prime Minister Theresa May calls on the European Union for “one more push” to strike a Brexit compromise deal and indicates that a lack of support from British MPs for the deal would constitute a political failure.

British PM issues dire warning about Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May said Friday that if Parliament rejects her Brexit deal next week “we may never leave the EU”. (March 8)

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