May Faces Coup in Her Party Over Agreeing on Brexit Deal With Labour – Reports

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AP Photo /Frank Augstein The prime minister, unsuccessfully struggling to deliver the UK’s promised divorce from the EU, has already survived a no-confidence vote. This made Theresa May immune to a forced resignation until the end of this year, but … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 3 May 2019

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Greetings from Tyler,           Sorry there was no Update last week.  If there had been, it would have told of the wonderful crowd we had for the events surrounding the Passover (Lord’s Supper) and the First Day of Unleavened Bread.  … Read More

Brexit tears through UK’s political landscape

LONDON — The perpetual Brexit revolution rolls on. After yet another night of unexpected electoral drama, each and every side of the never-ending Brexit debate — leave now, leave somehow or leave never — was quick out of the blocks … Read More

Brexit LIVE: Theresa May SHUNNED by own party in election campaign – ‘She’s TOXIC!’

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TORY councillors will not mention Theresa May’s name on voters’ doorsteps ahead of the local elections next month due to voters associating it with ‘betrayal’ as the UK’s Prime Minister has still failed to pass a withdrawal agreement in Parliament. … Read More

The chances of no Brexit are now greater than no deal, poll of economists finds

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It’s more likely Brexit will be cancelled than the United Kingdom will leave the European Union without a deal A poll of economists has found that the UK leaving the EU without a deal is now less likely than Brexit … Read More

Jeremy Corbyn on course for Downing Street

Polls paint grim picture for Conservatives, who face electoral wipeout at local, national and European level. Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images – Jeremy Corbyn voting in 2017 A flurry of polls suggest Jeremy Corbyn is on course to sweep into Downing Street … Read More

Brexit as risk: The FOUR scenarios we could see in the coming months

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BREXIT has been delayed for a second time, with the date now set for the UK to depart the EU on October 31. But what this could mean is anything but clear. The British political elite continue squabbling over how, … Read More

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