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British Prime Min­is­ter Theresa May has pulled the plug on Tues­day’s par­lia­men­tary vote on her Brexit deal, a source with knowl­edge of the de­ci­sion tells CNN


The coun­try will pay the price for May’s Brexit vote de­lay – Jonathan Freed­land


Hear state­ment will say PM to go and see other EU coun­ter­parts be­fore sum­mit in Brus­sels on Thurs­day


By the way, it’s be­cause our po­lit­i­cal lead­ers failed to reach out across par­ties after the ref­er­en­dum vote, that we’re in this god­for­saken mess. Each group has in­sisted it knows ex­actly what the peo­ple want, which is why the peo­ple haven’t been in­volved in any dis­cus­sions since.


Bri­tain faces an in­creas­ingly dan­ger­ous re­al­ity on Brexit


Brexit can be can­celled after a sec­ond ref­er­en­dum against leav­ing the Euro­pean Union or a vote in the House of Com­mons, Europe’s high­est court in Lux­em­bourg ruled to­day


Apolo­gies for bang­ing on, but in case you missed it here’s why I think there should be a ref­er­en­dum on the fi­nal Brexit deal

Anar­chy in the UK: Theresa May

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