Brexit: UK Parliament seizes power from Theresa May | DW News



UK lawmakers have once again frustrated Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans for Brexit. On Monday evening MPs voted to take control of the parliamentary agenda. They’re now set to hold a series of indicative votes on the country’s departure from the EU, in an effort to find a solution backed by a majority. May has said she won’t be bound by the results, but observers say this latest development shows just how much authority she’s lost over the Brexit process.
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24 Replies to “Brexit: UK Parliament seizes power from Theresa May | DW News”

  1. ALL UK MILITARY SHOULD RESIGN .. WHAT ARE THEY FIGHTING AND DYING FOR ..?.. EU OR BRITAIN.. NO LONGER A BRITISH ARMY.. AN EU ARMY TO CHALLENGE THE USA…MAKE NO MISTAKE THERE.

  2. This "news" is Total BS. May is still at the helm as she has her finger on the nuke button NOT Burko. Parliament- whatever that is ; is screwed and yapping itself to death. Quite funny actually.

  3. And I thought the US was messed up!

    Liberals are right wing, conservatives are left wing, prime minister keeps pushing voter initiatives!!!!

    Crazy!! Nothing like that here

  4. This is a great example to the rest of the World that joining complex and multi national organizations that control your sovereignty is a terrible idea, especially when you try to extricate yourself from it!

  5. Not sure that the MPs will be able to handle making constructive positive suggestions rather than just opposing everything.

    All but about 50 of them were elected on a mandate of exiting the EU, so deal or no deal, that is what they have to do, and I don't think any deal which has us paying money into the EU, or leaves us subject to EU rules is going to go down well at the next general election.

  6. The Oxford dictionary changed the meaning of referendum to stop Brexit. The meaning now is, "The proposed referendum is consultative only and is not binding on Parliament."

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