New Brexit vote would ‘break faith’ with British, says May

Professor of Law : Georgetown University, and Director, Institute of International Economic Law

New Brexit vote would 'break faith' with British, says May

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Prime Minister Theresa May reportedly opposes a second Brexit referendum on Monday, arguing that such a vote would “break faith” with British people and do “irreparable damage” to politics.  The story is here.

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Labour voters recoil from Brexit

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Labour voters recoil from Brexit

Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party, Brexit
Jeremy Corbyn has been urged ‘to move from ambiguity in 2017 over Brexit to clarity in 2018’. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA

New polls are emerging that suggest that Labour voters are increasingly out of step with their leaders backing Brexit.  The story--and polling-- can be found here.

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Europe After Brexit

EU and UK reach initial agreement Brexit terms, making way for trade negotiations. 

Professor of Law : Georgetown University, and Director, Institute of International Economic Law

EU and UK reach initial agreement Brexit terms, making way for trade negotiations. 

European Commission President
Source: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-42277040

The European Commission’s president described the agreement as a "breakthrough" and expressed confidence that EU leaders will approve it.  The bill for Brexit will amount to between £35bn and £39bn.  Extensive coverage can be found here.

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