Theresa May says it is time MPs needed "to send a message about what we do want"
Theresa May delays Brexit vote over risk of 'significant' defeat. '
May said no proposal on Brexit has the votes needed to get a majority in parliament
Prime Minister Theresa May makes a statement in the House of Commons Monday, postponing Parliament's vote on her European Union divorce deal to avoid a ...
Theresa May addressed British parliament on Monday afternoon [Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP Photo]
May's decision on Monday provoked calls for a vote of confidence in her leadership [Henry
Theresa May is under pressure (Dominic Lipinski/PA)
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Prime Minister Theresa May leaving 10 Downing Street, London, ahead of Prime Minister's Questions
Theresa May makes a speech in parliament
May warns MPs against supporting a second Brexit referendum.
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Under pressure - Prime Minister Theresa May
MPs plan to delay Brexit if May's deal fails: report
As the PM holds talks with European leaders, the EU's Jean-Claude Juncker said the current agreement is the "only deal possible".
Theresa May and European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker during Brexit talks in Brussels.
Prime Minister Theresa May will hold a delayed parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal on Tuesday
How did Theresa May defend the delay?
The delay will theoretically give Theresa May more time to renegotiate the existing Brexit deal. Photograph: Matt Dunham/PA
Will Labour now table a vote of no confidence in the PM?
Theresa May delays vote on Brexit deal and admits she faced 'significant' defeat | Politics News | Sky News
... PM due to travel Brussels on Thursday to try to save her Brexit deal
Pro-Brexit protesters outside Houses of Parliament in Central London, Britain, 10 December 2018. Media reports on 10 December 2018 state that British Prime ...
The Guardian view on the Brexit vote: the prime minister is on the run
Prime Minister Theresa May leaves after attending a church service near her Maidenhead constituency. Photo
PM understood to be delaying Brexit vote
Theresa May deferred the Brexit vote in parliament
Theresa May arrives in Downing Street
Theresa May arrives at the BBC on Sunday for Andrew Marr
Grieve: Delay Brexit if deal is rejected
Theresa May smiles, leaning on Dutch PM Mark Rutte
May admits she would have lost Brexit deal vote by large margin | Politics | The Guardian
11 December is a key date in the Brexit process
What do Americans think about Brexit? New Yorkers speak out as Theresa May delays vote on deal | The Independent
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Theresa May speech: PM will fight no confidence vote with 'EVERYTHING I'VE GOT' | Politics | News | Express.co.uk
The odds may be in her favour
Prime Minister Theresa May during a
Sturgeon: Brexit vote delay is 'political cowardice'
The report was released days before the Commons is due to vote on the deal on
Theresa May making a statement in the House of Commons, London, where she told MPs that tomorrow's "meaningful vote" on her Brexit deal had been deferred
Image: Theresa May failed to win concessions on her Brexit deal
Prime Minister Theresa May
A downcast looking Theresa May with an EU flag in the background
Theresa May at No 10 Downing Street
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. Photo: Frank McGrath
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Brexit LATEST: Sadiq Khan demands Article 50 WITHDRAWN and exit HALTED if May loses vote | Politics | News | Express.co.uk
MPs will vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to withdraw from the European Union [
British Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain will be in 'uncharted waters' if Parliament rejects her Brexit deal. (Henry Nicholls/Reuters)
Theresa May told Irish PM Brexit backstop 'can't have time limit' – POLITICO
Theresa May at a press conference Photo: Theresa May delayed the Brexit vote ...
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street, ...
Theresa May is believed to have spoken to Germany's Angela Merkel yesterday (Image: AFP/Getty Images)
May faces serious opposition to her proposed Brexit deal.
Putin mocks 'undemocratic' calls for second Brexit vote
Explainer: Britain's big Brexit vote - Will parliament back PM May?
Facing Defeat, Theresa May Delays Brexit Vote in Parliament - The New York Times
Spanish prime minister calls for second Brexit vote
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BREXIT LIVE: Brussels now expects Brexit to be delayeduntil JULY | Politics | News | Express.co.uk
Brexit news. A confidence vote is expected to be triggered in the Prime Minister (Image: GETTY)
British Prime Minister May Cancelling Brexit Vote
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Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn
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Tuesday briefing: Brexit – backstop on back burner | World news | The Guardian
Thursday briefing: Corbyn rebuffs Brexit referendum calls | World news | The Guardian
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Theresa May arrives at a news conference after an extraordinary EU leaders summit to finalise and
Brexit news: Amber Rudd and Theresa May
Theresa May survives no confidence vote, but her Brexit deal remains in doubt - The Washington Post
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Reuters Jeremy Corbyn has agreed that a delay to Brexit ...
14.55pm: Politicians in both the UK and Ireland have been reacting to news that Theresa May is to pull the Brexit vote that had been scheduled for tomorrow.
UK member of parliament: The public was sold a fantasy Brexit deal in 2016
The Prime Minister will tell Parliament a second EU referendum would "break faith with the British people" (Image: REUTERS)
Brexit news: Theresa May should delay the House of Commons' so-called meaningful vote (Image: GETTY•REUTERS)
Postpone Brexit date and prolong transition, suggest UK MPs
Department accused of wanting to delay report on the cost of a united Ireland until 'after Brexit'
Theresa May not expecting 'breakthrough' on Brexit deal at EU summit – as it happened | Politics | The Guardian
The PM refused before Christmas to give a "cast-iron guarantee" the vote won't be delayed (Image: PA)
A smiling Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker shake hands
Theresa May told Andrew Marr the debate will start next week
His comments came as the UK Institute for Government (IFG) said the UK is unprepared for a no-deal exit as there would be “extremely damaging” disruption.