Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Europe Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Europe | The Brexit Plan Just Failed Again: What Happened, and What’s Next? Advertisement Supported by ByThe New York Times March 12, 2019 • Britain’s Parliament on Tuesday soundly defeated Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan to exit the European Union, a 391 to 242 vote that is likely to delay Brexit and could derail it entirely. It is a devastating blow to Mrs. May that threatens her hold on power. • The vote left the nation with no obvious way forward, just 17 days before the deadline for leaving the European Union. Parliament is sharply divided on when, how and even whether to proceed with Brexit, and whether to call an election or a second referendum. Confusion and uncertainty deepen Parliament’s rebuke to Prime Minister Theresa May, on the issue that has dominated British politics for three years, casts the nation’s political and economic future into confusion with just 17 days left until its scheduled exit from the European Union. The vote is sure to intensify calls for her to either step down, call a general election, or both. Plenty of Conservative lawmakers… Read full this story
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