Govt would consider 'will of Parliament' on Brexit


Another option wants any Brexit deal to be submitted to a public referendum, and the fourth says Britain should cancel its departure from the European Union if it comes within two days of crashing out of the bloc without an agreement.

Speaker John Bercow is set to announce which motions will be voted upon today. He added some Brexiteers espousing the benefits of Global Britain striking new trade deals with countries like America are "getting carried away". He said he regretted that he could no longer be part of the Conservatives. It also keeps alive the possibility that Britain does not leave the bloc. The ratings agency says if that happens, it would expect "downward pressure" on house prices, a significant increase in the country's debt and a further drop in the value of the pound.

British Prime Minister Theresa May is a politician with a current job-approval rating of less than 30 per cent. Last week, 225 of the Tory party's 314 members of Parliament opposed the measure. The head of the EU's executive stressed on Monday that according to EU rules, the United Kingdom would have to take part in European Parliament elections if it stays in the bloc beyond April 12.

It's unclear if May would accept any option that might win approval in the House of Commons.

He said: "I think it would be in the national interest to have a cross-party government so we can take decisions without the chaos that we're seeing in Parliament at the moment where every possible alternative is rejected".

May's deal, which has been defeated by lawmakers three times even after she promised to step down if it passed, was further dented when her own parliamentary enforcer said a softer Brexit was inevitable after she lost her majority in a 2017 election.

May's spokesman, James Slack, says the prime minister understands that "business wants certainty".

MPs are set to take back control of the Brexit agenda in a fresh attempt to find an alternative to Theresa May's deal that Parliament can support.

Britain voted by 52 per cent to leave the European Union in a 2016 referendum, but the process has been mired in divisions over the terms of the divorce and what kind of future ties to seek.

Instead, we are entering yet another week of stalemate in British politics.

Proposes leaving the European Union on April 12 without any kind of deal.

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He added "that is (in) the treaty".

Frustration is growing within the bloc, with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Sunday telling an Italian TV station that the EU is running out of patience with Britain.

British lawmakers will try once again today to agree a new approach to Brexit after rejecting Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce deal for a third time, but the European Union warned its patience was wearing thin.

"We need to get Brexit done, because we have so much more to do, and so much more that unites the Conservative party than divides us", Johnson wrote in Monday's Daily Telegraph, which sounded to some like a leadership bid. "Enough of the long silence".

The votes by MPs are not legally binding but the government fears they may lead to legislation that would force May's hand.

EasyJet said the results were in line with expectations, but that its outlook for the second half was now more cautious owing to macroeconomic uncertainty and unanswered questions around Brexit.

Shares fell 8.3 percent in early London trading after the profit warning.

Financial information firm IHS Markit found that Brexit stockpiling is giving a boost to production - at least temporarily.

The IHS Markit/CIPS UK Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index in at a reading of 55.1 for March, above the 51 level forecast by economists polled by Reuters. Anything above 50 indicates an expansion in output.

If she held the vote before a favored indicative vote was legislated on, her deal would supersede any other option. "The parliamentary arithmetic would mean that this would be inevitably a softer type of Brexit".