The UK will either cancel Brexit or leave without a deal if MPs block a key piece of legislation next month. That's according to Liam Fox, the Secretary of State for International Trade. Fox on Wednesday urged MPs to back the Withdrawal Agreement Bill next month or risk "democratically" and "economically damaging" outcomes for the UK. The government will lay down the Withdrawal Ageement Bill (WAB) on the week beginning June 3. Theresa May is currently set to lose the vote — and potentially lose...Business Insider
The prime minister had pledged the deal would change, but it cannot be altered in a binding way without EU approvalThe Independent
Simon Coveney described political events at Westminster as `extraordinary´.Mail Online
British Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman declined to say on Wednesday whether May would resign if her latest bid to get support for her Brexit withdrawal deal is defeated when it comes back to parliament for a fourth time next month.U.S.
UK talks on compromise Brexit deal end without agreement as Labour leader says they have 'gone as far as they can'ABC News
UK talks on compromise Brexit deal end without agreement as Labour leader says they have ‘gone as far as they can’Washington Post
British lawmakers will have to decide next month whether to vote to ensure Britain leaves the EU with a deal or risk either no Brexit or crashing out without an agreement, trade minister Liam Fox said on Wednesday.U.S.