Tag: Article 50

‘They are hiding behind a procedure to avoid discussing No-Deal’s impact’

There are less than two months until the UK is set to leave the EU and the UK government has been granted the right to close Parliament for 5 weeks. The move comes at a critical point where the prospect of a No-Deal Brexit becomes more likely. For Simon Thomson, Head of Regional and International Media for the People’s Vote, that’s a sign of the government using Parliamentary procedure to avoid discussing how No-Deal will impact communities up and down the United Kingdom.

‘Second UK extension risks European unity’ – MEP

MEP Guy Verhofstadt had warned that the EU Council President’s decision to grant the UK a further extension risks European Unity.During yesterday’s plenary session...

Updated: MPs vote in favour of Brexit delay, and other updates

Updated 18.58MPs have voted in the House of Commons, asking the Prime Minister to ask for a delay to Brexit until the 30th June.The...

Petition to revoke Article 50 reaches over 1 million signatures

A petition calling on the UK Parliament to debate revoking Article 50 in order to remain in the EU, has reached over 1 million...

Brexit: A bilateral treaty with Ireland and other updates

The Sunday Times newspaper is reporting that Prime Minister Theresa May is looking to pursue a bilateral treaty with the Irish government.It is understood...

Stopping Brexit? EU’s top court hears UK exit reversal case

Europe's top court will hold an urgent hearing on Tuesday over whether Britain can unilaterally reverse its decision to leave the EU, in a...