British PM Theresa May Says Impossible To Rule Out No-Deal Brexit

Virginia Carson
January 18, 2019

British Prime Minister Theresa May gestures as she speaks during a no confidence debate after Parliament rejected her Brexit deal, in London, Britain, on January 16, 2019.

UK Defense Ministry has ordered army reservists to be placed on standby to quell potential unrest from a no-deal Brexit.

Reporters camped out at 10 Downing spotted a half-dozen Labour Party backbenchers going into the cabinet offices to talk with May's ministers about breaking the Brexit logjam.

But Maas also stressed that, given the continued parliamentary deadlock in Britain over the terms of Brexit less than three months before its planned March 29 withdrawal, Germany would step up preparations for a disorderly Brexit.British lawmakers rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal by a large majority on Tuesday.

But she could face further challenges down the line if Labour becomes the party to back a second vote on the UK's membership of the bloc - dubbed a "People's Vote".

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The Interfax news agency later carried the Foreign Ministry's statement saying that Whelan's brother isn't in the Russian capital. Without agreement between Moscow and Washington, a USA withdrawal over six months will start on February 2.

Mr Corbyn said he had written to the Prime Minister on Thursday setting out his position.

He held open the possibility of an extension of the Article 50 negotiation period, saying: "Quite clearly, if no agreement has been reached within the time it could be implemented by the end of March, the issue of extending the exit date, extending Article 50, does come into play".

"The confidence and supply arrangement (to support May) of course is built upon delivering Brexit on the basis of our shared priorities," said Nigel Dodds, deputy leader of the Democratic Unionist Party.

"If a second referendum should take place, then obviously the party will decide what role we will play in that and what our view would be", he said.

Mr Corbyn said the prime minister's approaches to other parties were a "stunt".

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The hike means petrol prices rose from $1.24 (£0.97) a litre to $3.31, with diesel up from $1.36 a litre to $3.11. He won a controversial poll a year ago that was marred by violence and claims of election rigging.

The business figures' letter calls for the leaders of the main parties to back a so-called People's Vote - and ask the public if they still wish to leave the EU.

Japan's government will make all-out efforts on information-gathering and analysis and provide information to Japanese firms and keep them updated, officials said.

The second looks at the increased control measures at ports and airports, and will "lighten certain formalities". One of those present said: "We were reassured on the concerns we had; she made clear that the option of trying to strike free trade deals was a condition of a deal". Pro-Brexit lawmakers say the deal will leave Britain bound indefinitely to European Union rules, while pro-EU politicians favour an even closer economic relationship with the bloc.

As the United Kingdom tumbles towards its biggest political and economic move since World War Two, other members of the European Union have offered to talk though they can do little until London decides what it wants out of Brexit.

John Allan, president of the Confederation of British Industry and chairman of supermarket group Tesco, told BBC Radio that those thinking they could renegotiate European Union trade relations from scratch were living in "cloud cuckoo land".

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