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Oct 18 2019
Brexit: Johnson in race to win support for deal
Boris Johnson is in a race against time to sell the Brexit deal he has struck with the EU to MPs ahead of a Commons vote on Saturday.
The prime minister insists he is "very confident" of getting the majority he needs to "get Brexit done" by his 31 October deadline.
But the DUP and every opposition party plans to vote against his deal.
That means he must persuade LabourBBC News
Aug 28 2020
'It's indescribable': Milwaukee marchers faced gunfire, found love on their 750-mile walk to DC
After enduring blistered feet, arrests, harassment and a spray of gunfire over the course of weeks, dozens of people marching 750 miles to protest police brutality arrived in the nation's capital Friday, the anniversary of the March on Washington.
Frank "Nitty" Sensabaugh stood on the National Mall at 9 a.m. ET, exhausted, sore, hungry and in disbelief.
"It's indescribable,"USA TODAY
Oct 23 2019
No filter: my week-long quest to break out of my political bubble
As strange as it may sound, above a Dorothy House charity shop in the shabbier end of central Bath, a handful of people are quietly trying to push the world – or at least a small part of it – away from the polarisation that currently defines politics, and towards something a bit more open and empathic. To compound the unlikeliness of it all, they are led by a man called Jim Morrison: not theThe Guardian
Mar 26 2019
Brexit options 'narrowing', says health secretary
The options for Brexit "are narrowing", Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said, after MPs voted to seize control of the parliamentary timetable.
The PM was dealt a fresh blow as the government was defeated by 27 votes on Monday, on a plan designed to find out the kind of deal MPs would support.
Thirty Conservative MPs rebelled, including three ministers.
Mr Hancock saidBBC News
Jul 23 2019
Boris Johnson To Become UK Prime Minister
Brexit hardliner and Trump ally Boris Johnson won the contest to lead Britain's governing Tory party and will become the country's next prime minister. Johnson has wooed conservatives by promising to lead the UK out of the European Union. However, a number of senior figures have said they will not serve under him.CBN BBC News The Guardian
Jul 23 2019
Boris Johnson has rare powers. He's gonna need them
)Boris Johnson, Britain's next prime minister, is a pragmatist, and having been born in the United States, understands America as well as perhaps no other politician since Winston Churchill. He recognizes the paramount importance of the post-Brexit relationship between the United States and the UK. He has worked hard to forge a positive relationship with President Donald Trump at a time whenGuest Writer - Left
Mar 19 2019
EU Delay Plan Said to Allow for New Vote on Deal
European Union leaders are planning to offer the U.K. a conditional Brexit extension at this week’s summit in Brussels, giving Prime Minister Theresa May one more chance to get her deal approved in Parliament before March 29, officials familiar with the plan said.
Key Developments: House of Commons Speaker John Bercow says May can’t bring the same deal back to Parliament for a thirdBloomberg
May 22 2019
Brexit: Theresa May urges MPs to back her plan after backlash
Theresa May has urged MPs to support her new Brexit plan, despite a backlash against it from MPs across the Commons.
In a statement outlining the Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB), the PM said there needed to be "compromise on all sides".
She said the bill - including the promise to give MPs a vote on a further referendum and different customs options - would be published on FridayBBC News
Oct 30 2019
Brexit Delayed Until After British Vote
“Britain will hold its first December election in almost a century after Prime Minister Boris Johnson won approval from parliament on Tuesday for an early ballot aimed at breaking the Brexit deadlock.” (Reuters)
The left opposes Brexit and worries about Labour’s electoral chances under Jeremy Corbyn.
“Think of all the stockpiling and worrying and understandable stalling ofThe Flip Side
May 22 2019
May Keeps Fighting as Anti-EU Ministers Plot: Brexit Update
Theresa May is under pressure to ditch her Brexit deal and quit as prime minister after a final attempt to win over members of Parliament backfired. But she keeps fighting, saying it’s her duty to put her new plan to another vote.
At least one pro-Brexit minister is considering quitting May’s government, as members of the Cabinet hold private meetings to plot a way to stop the primeBloomberg