People in Stoke-on-Trent, UK react to Brexit deal vote

Residents of Stoke-on-Trent in central England react to the recent House of Commons vote to reject a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, as the March 29 divorce date approaches.

Images of Houses of Parliament ahead of vote on no-deal Brexit

Images of the Houses of Parliament in London ahead of a vote on a no-deal exit from the European Union. The House of Commons is expected to vote against leaving the bloc without a deal, although it remains the default option come March 29 unless an alternative can be secured. IMAGES of the Palace of Westminster

Reactions to UK parliament vote defeating PM’s Brexit deal

Protesters gather outside the UK Parliament as the House of Commons votes down Theresa May’s Brexit plan.

Brexit defeat draws swift reaction in UK, Europe

(15 Jan 2019) Officials in Great Britain and Europe were quick to comment after British Prime Minister Theresa May’s divorce deal with the European Union was overwhelmingly rejected in the House of Commons. (Jan. 15)

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UK’s Corbyn appears to call May ‘stupid woman’

(19 Dec 2018) Britain’s main opposition leader is facing calls to apologize after being accused of calling Prime Minister Theresa May a “stupid woman” in the House of Commons. (Dec. 19)

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Ireland’s Varadkar explains EU concerns over concessions to May

After EU leaders rebuffed a plea by British Prime Minister Theresa May to help her sell her Brexit deal to parliament, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar says many were concerned May was asking for concessions without being able to guarantee they would be enough to get the withdrawal treaty past the House of Commons. SOUNDBITE