United Kingdom parliament very likely to consider new Brexit referendum: Hammond

Prime Minister Theresa May holds a news conference after the European Council in Brussels where European Union leaders met to discuss Brexit

Second Brexit referendum vote could happen, says Hammond

He added that discussions couldn't be allowed to "drag on" for an extended period but continued to defend the prime minister's position. An extension requires approval from leaders of 27 member states that are remaining.

"This party is not here just to fight the European elections".

EU Farm Commissioner Hogan was setting out contingency programs in the agriculture industry to get a Brexit to make certain that it affects farmers as little as you can.

The UK's Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has been warned by the party's leader in the European Parliament and other grandees that the party would be deserted by millions of anti-Brexit voters if it fails to clearly back a second referendum in its manifesto for next month's EU elections.

That age group, as well as many other Remainers, could turn instead to unambiguously anti-Brexit parties, including the fledgling independent group Change UK, the Liberal Democrats, the Greens and the Scottish Nationalist Party, lawmakers said.

"British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt claims that Prime Minister Theresa May" is leaving no stone unturned to try to solve Brexit", fourteen weeks before the European Union summit to consider an expansion to Britain's exit date.

The British government will resume talks with the main opposition Labour party next week on how to resolve the deadlock over Brexit, a senior minister said Sunday.

Nigel Farage, the leader of the new Brexit Party, says his anti-EU group will mirror UKIP on policies, but when it comes to personnel there will be a "vast difference", with no far-right faction.

The prime minister is facing renewed calls from Tory Brexit supporters to step down as talks with Labour over the European Union withdrawal bill continue during the Easter recess.

Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says Britain shouldn't agree with the European Union, amid speculation that the government is going to suggest such an arrangement to acquire resistance support because of the Brexit deal.

"Writing Monday from the Daily Telegraph, Johnson claims that the customs union proposed by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will" enslave" the United Kingdom.

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