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May, Labour leader meet on Brexit deadlock

APRNEWS - British Prime Minister Theresa May was to meet opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on Tuesday for talks on breaking the deadlock over Brexit, as the government said it wanted its EU divorce deal approved by July.

For the past six weeks, ministers and their Labour counterparts have been discussing how parliament might accept the agreement May struck with the European Union last year.


May's resignation in the balance as Brexit deadlock continues

APRNEWS - Parliament was trying to find an alternative to Prime Minister Theresa May's twice-rejected EU divorce deal.

Lawmakers voted on options that included leaving the European Union without a deal, staying in the bloc's customs union and single market, putting any EU divorce deal to a public referendum, and canceling Brexit if the prospect of a no-deal departure gets close.



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