The Latest leader wants to know United Kingdom won’t Undermine EU

The Latest leader wants to know United Kingdom won’t Undermine EU

The Latest leader wants to know United Kingdom won’t Undermine EU

"Having a chaotic departure of Britain in the European Union potentially only days away, EU commissioner Phil Hogan says the United Kingdom departing the bloc with no deal in place" is simply insane".

Leading politician of the British Labour party's insistence, according to the media, party leader Jeremy Corbyn reports, clear for a new Referendum on the fate of the United Kingdom in the EU.

Without any consensus in parliament, reflective of a deeply divided population, all outcomes remain possible in the coming weeks and months: leaving the European Union with a deal, a disorderly exit without a deal, or another vote on whether to leave at all.

"I'm very comfortable with the Prime Minister and the work she is doing", he said at a knife crime conference in London.

He told Sky News' Sophy Ridge on Sunday: "She said she would go as and when the European Union withdrawal agreement was ratified, which was looking at around May, June - I think those dates will stand".

But the move is fiercely opposed by some members of Mr Corbyn's shadow cabinet, who fear it will drive Brexiteer Labour voters towards Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party or far-Right groups in the May 23 elections.

"Hogan stated that" regardless of the insanity of Brexit, I still believe that common sense might prevail".

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The British government claims Prime Minister Theresa May will hold talks with the leaders of Germany and France this week.

Seibert would not comment on the position concerning May's Friday suggestion of the government to postpone Brexit to prevent crashing out with no deal in the end of this week.

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.

According to a recent poll conducted by the The Sunday Telegraph, opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn would win the election, now that Theresa May has failed to deliver Brexit to the United Kingdom as promised by 29 March.

"Composing Monday in the Daily Telegraph", Johnson says the customs union proposed by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will" enslave" the United Kingdom.

Johnson states in an tweet:"We should not agree to become non-voting members of the European Union, below the stunt signaled by Jeremy Corbyn - it can not, must not and won't happen".

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