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Jeremy Corbyn calls on Theresa May to ditch the Brexit date. Britain is set to leave the EU on March 29, 2019 But the Labour leader says Brits would rather wait longer for a better deal. LONDON — Jeremy Corbyn has described the deadline for Britain leaving the EU as "completely unnecessary," telling Theresa May that the "whole country" would rather wait for a better deal. The Labour leader called on the prime minister to drop the "unnecessary exit date deadline of the 29th March 2019" from the text of the EU Withdrawal Bill." ... [Read More]
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Britain's final EU withdrawal bill could be as high as £100 billion, a former Brexit minister has suggested. [Read More]
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The group wants 'national interest' to be put above politics with an EU Withdrawal Bill amendment. [Read More]
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Comes as prominent Leave ministers set to seek concessions as 'payback' for their support for Prime Minister Theresa May's deal with the EU... [Read More]
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MPs are discussing amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill proposed by the Welsh and Scottish governments. [Read More]
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The Welsh Government wants changes to the bill which will transfer power from Brussels to Westminster after Brexit, claiming it will undermine devolution with a "power grab". [Read More]
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