May vows to ‘deliver Brexit on time’ after EU talks

British Prime Minister Theresa May vows to deliver Brexit “on time” after meeting with EU leaders in Brussels. She adds that she and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker have agreed to hold further talks on Britain’s withdrawal from the bloc, after what was described as a “robust” meeting. SOUNDBITE of Theresa May

Britain and EU to hold more Brexit talks: spokesperson

European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas announces that British Prime Minister Theresa May will come back to Brussels for more Brexit talks before the end of February. He also says that EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier will meet his UK counterpart Stephen Barclay next Monday in Strasbourg. SOUNDBITE.

May meets Juncker in Brussels for Brexit talks

British Prime minister Theresa May meets EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels for a fresh round of Brexit talks aimed at avoiding a no-deal Brexit. IMAGES.

May: Commitment to no hard border “unshakeable”

British Prime Minister Theresa May tells business leaders in Belfast that her commitment to no hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland is “unshakeable.” May traveled to Northern Ireland to seek support for her stalled withdrawal plan from the European Union.

The border between N. Ireland and Ireland

Videographic locating the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. EU president Jean-Claude Juncker will meet Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday, an EU spokesman said, as Brussels and London wrangle over how to save the Brexit divorce deal. Deadlock in the British parliament over Brexit has focused largely on a proposed arrangement to keep open the border with Ireland by aligning Britain with some EU trade rules. VIDEOGRAPHICS

EU says Theresa May in Brussels for Brexit talks on Thursday

EU Commission spokesperson Margaritis Schinas announces that British Prime minister Theresa May will travel to Brussels on Thursday for Brexit talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. SOUNDBITE.

Londoners react to vote on Brexit rewrite

Londoners react to MPs vote on a Brexit rewrite, giving a mandate to Theresa May to go back to Brussels to renegotiate her deal.

May seeks to renegotiate EU divorce deal

(29 Jan 2019) Seeking to break Britain’s Brexit deadlock, Prime Minister Theresa May says she plans to ask the European Union to change its divorce deal with the U.K. by altering an Irish border guarantee that is opposed by many British lawmakers. (Jan. 29)

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