May Asks UK Law Makers For More Time To Rework Brexit Deal

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Britain's lead Brexit negotiator Olly Robbins has said lawmakers face a choice between May's exit deal or a long extension of the March 29 deadline, according to reports.

The leader of the opposition wrote a letter to the Prime Minister last week setting out the demands she would need to meet in order command the support of Labour MPs for her deal. "If the PM decides we are leaving on March 29, deal or no deal, that will happen", he said.

The result of the vote will be purely symbolic, as it will not be legally binding, but a defeat would be a setback for Mrs May as she tries to persuade Brussels to change.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, left, and the Prime Minister of Luxemburg Xavier Bettel, right, shake hands after a meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019.

Britain is due to leave the European Union on March 29, but lawmakers in Parliament have emphatically rejected May's divorce deal, raising the prospect of a no-deal exit from the bloc unless more parliamentary support is found.

With less than 50 days to go to Brexit day on March 29, British firms still have no idea what the country's new trading relationship with the European Union will look like, so they're taking a safety-first approach.

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Ms Sturgeon told ITV's Peston Mrs May and her government are being "increasingly reckless and negligent" by not ruling out a no deal Brexit.

In previous votes on January 29, lawmakers voted to rule out a "no-deal" exit - without signalling how that should happen - and also told May to seek changes to her Brexit agreement from the EU.

Asked in an interview with the Press Association if she would resign if the PM adopted Labour's proposals for a customs union with the EU after Brexit, the Commons Leader said: "I've read the Prime Minister's letter and I don't think she's softening her stance at all".

"What are these negotiations at a "crucial state" raised in the House of Commons?"

When asked whether she believes Scotland will be independent in the next few years, she replied: "I'm not going to put a precise timescale on it, but I do hope and believe that Scotland will become independent".

But Labour pledged to oppose the move, accusing the Government of showing "contempt for our democracy".

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His interpretation was denied by Mrs May's spokesman who said: "No-deal is an eventuality we wish to avoid, but one we continue to plan for".

Ms Sturgeon said it was "reckless and negligent" for the United Kingdom government to refuse to rule out no-deal, adding: "But we appear to be dealing with a United Kingdom government that's prepared to act recklessly and negligently".

Many of Labour's younger, newer supporters who propelled the veteran socialist to the party leadership want to stay in the European Union - but numerous seats Labour holds in parliament are in pro-Brexit hotbeds.

The Prime Minister told MPs that she would enable the House of Commons to lift a requirement for a 21-day delay before any vote to approve an global treaty.

With 45 days to go, former attorney general Dominic Grieve warned that time was running perilously short for ratification of any deal under the terms of the Constitutional Reform and Governance Act.

The EU has continued to say it will not renegotiate the withdrawal agreement.

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What does it mean for Brexit?

"She is playing for time and playing with people's jobs, our economic security and the future of our industry", he said.

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