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EU Boss Juncker Opens Door to Brexit Delay: ‘It is in God’s Hands’

Top Eurocrat Jean-Claude Juncker appeared to shrug off responsibility for Brexit in the latest of a series of comments forcing the point that Brexit negotiations are now beyond being reopened, saying Britain leaving the European Union is now in “God’s hands”.

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Fragile Tory Peace Fractures Over ‘No Deal Brexit’ With 42 Days to go

The British government has insisted that a full ‘no deal’ Brexit where the United Kingdom actually leaves the European Union is still on the table, despite clear messages from the Prime Minister and other senior figures that indicate otherwise, hours after another Commons defeat inflicted by a group of Brexiteer rebel Conservatives.

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Pub Bore Bureaucrat Olly Robbins: Accept May’s Deal or We’ll Delay Brexit

The clearest indication yet that the government is planning to once again break its own word to the British people and delay Brexit beyond the official March 29th date has come with the apparently overheard speech of top Brexit bureaucrat Olly Robbins, where he loudly discussed the options for Brexit in a hotel bar.

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PM May Vows ‘Brexit on Time’ While Inner Circle Talk Up Brexit Delay

As the government’s apparent intention to delay Brexit beyond the legal March 29th date moves beyond rumour to open secret, Britain’s Prime Minister insisted after disastrous talks with the European Union that she would be working to “deliver Brexit, and to deliver it on time.”

LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 15: Crowds hold pro-Brexit signs and Union Jack flags near former UKIP Leader Nigel Farage speaking to the media in Parliament Square outside the Palace of Westminster on January 15, 2019 in London, England. MPs vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal as it finally reaches the …

Farage: EU ‘Scared’ of WTO Clean Brexit

Brexit architect Nigel Farage has said that Brussels bureaucrats are “scared” of a no-deal, clean Brexit because of the cost to European manufacturers and the looming eurozone recession. When asked on Sky News on Wednesday if he were offended by

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Mrs May Leaves Brussels Brexit Talks Empty Handed

Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker had “robust” talks Thursday morning, which as promised by European leaders beforehand did nothing to advance the two parties towards a Brexit agreement.

BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND - FEBRUARY 05: British Prime Minister Theresa May makes a speech during a visit to Allstate Northern Ireland on February 5, 2019 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Mrs May's speech will pledge to avoid a hard border in Ireland following Brexit. (Photo by Liam McBurney - WPA Pool/Getty …

May Refuses to Scrap Contentious Irish Backstop

Prime Minister Theresa May has ruled out removing the Irish backstop from the Withdrawal Agreement, claiming the “insurance policy” prevents a “hard border.” Mrs May described her commitment to maintaining the Good Friday Agreement and avoiding a hard border as “unshakeable,”

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PM May Gets Mandate For Brexit Change, But EU Leaders Reject Concessions

The European Union’s Brexit negotiators flatly refused to accommodate any sort of renegotiation of the bloc’s ‘deal’ with the United Kingdom over Brexit, just hours after the nation’s Members of Parliament (MPs) voted to give the Prime Minister a mandate for change.