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Theresa May reveals her Brexit plan B after her deal was rejected by MPs

The prime minister made a statement to MPs setting out her plans to win their approval for a Brexit deal with the EU.
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Theresa May demands concessions from the EU as she abandons cross-party Brexit talks

The prime minister will set out her Brexit Plan B to the House of Commons on Monday.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May makes a statement following winning a confidence vote, after Parliament rejected her Brexit deal, outside 10 Downing Street in London, Britain, January 16, 2019.

How Theresa May united a bitterly divided Conservative party against her Brexit deal

Tory MPs were not expecting the scale of Theresa May's Brexit defeat this week. Here's why it matters for the next stage of negotiations.
Labour's Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer.

Keir Starmer says Labour is closer to backing a new Brexit referendum

Labour's Shadow Brexit Secretary told a conference on Saturday that Labour was approaching the point of backing a new "public vote" on Brexit
Theresa May speaking outside Downing Street on Wednesday

Theresa May pushes Britain towards a chaotic no-deal Brexit after refusing to budge in cross-party talks

MPs from across the House of Commons tell Business Insider that May refused to budge in talks after her Brexit deal was defeated this week.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox

Liam Fox will break his promise to sign 40 free trade deals the ‘second after’ Brexit

The International Trade Secretary had promised that deals Britain holds with non-EU countries as part of its EU membership would be rolled over.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May sits with members of her cabinet, December 20, 2018

Brexit chaos looms after Jeremy Corbyn rejects Theresa May’s call for talks

The two main parties are divided over whether permanent membership of a customs union would allow a Brexit deal to pass through Parliament.
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Theresa May’s no-confidence vote survival means the Brexit deadlock will continue

The House of Commons has voted to keep Theresa May's government in power, meaning the route to a Brexit compromise remains impassable.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May speaks to the media as she launches the NHS Long Term Plan at Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool, Britain January 7, 2019

What happens now that Theresa May has survived her no-confidence vote?

Theresa May survived a Labour-led vote of no confidence in her government on Wednesday. Here's what could happen next.
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Theresa May survives no-confidence vote in her government

Theresa May's government was backed by a majority of MPs on Wednesday after Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tried to bring it down.