UK PM Theresa May has turned to the opposition Labour Party in a bid to secure a majority for an orderly Brexit. Photo: EPA UK PM Theresa May has turned to the opposition Labour Party in a bid to secure a majority for an orderly Brexit. Photo: EPA
UK PM Theresa May has turned to the opposition Labour Party in a bid to secure a majority for an orderly Brexit. Photo: EPA
Brexit

Brexit will be called off if the UK cannot decide on a withdrawal agreement, PM Theresa May says

  • May now is asking for Britain’s departure to be pushed back until June 30, hoping to reach a compromise with Labour
  • Labour favours a softer form of Brexit than the government has advocated

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UK PM Theresa May has turned to the opposition Labour Party in a bid to secure a majority for an orderly Brexit. Photo: EPA UK PM Theresa May has turned to the opposition Labour Party in a bid to secure a majority for an orderly Brexit. Photo: EPA
UK PM Theresa May has turned to the opposition Labour Party in a bid to secure a majority for an orderly Brexit. Photo: EPA
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