British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street for the House of Commons in London on Thursday. Photo: Xinhua

British parliament votes for Brexit delay, but will the European Union allow it to be postponed?

  • UK lawmakers approved the measure by 412 to 202
  • The vote makes it likely that the March 29 departure date set down in law is likely to be missed, but by how long is unclear
Topic |   Brexit

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British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street for the House of Commons in London on Thursday. Photo: Xinhua
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(Left to right) Former prime minister David Cameron and former foreign secretary Boris Johnson. Photos: AFP
Hilary Clarke
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Hilary Clarke

Comedy of errors: meet the cast of Britain’s Brexit tragedy

  • As confusion and chaos grips Britain over its future with the EU, here’s a look back at some of Brexit’s instigators and where they are now

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(Left to right) Former prime minister David Cameron and former foreign secretary Boris Johnson. Photos: AFP
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