Brexit chaos: UK MPs reject Theresa May’s deal AGAIN

Finally, a Big Week for Brexit

PM Theresa May faces challenge despite securing key Brexit changes

"MPs must vote down this wretched deal, extend Article 50 and back the only credible route out of this Brexit mess - a public vote". May's political spokesman said she had not discussed resigning.

Today (12 March), UK parliament will vote on whether to accept May's Brexit deal or not. If the backstop comes into force and talks on the future relationship break down, May said the unilateral declaration would make clear there was nothing to stop London from moving to leave the backstop.

The opposition Labour Party has said it would support a second referendum if other options were exhausted. "Voting against leaving without a deal and for an extension does not solve the problems we face".

Theresa May has secured "legally binding" changes to her Brexit deal - just hours before MPs will vote to approve the agreement in the Commons.

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Ian Strafford-Taylor, CEO of currency expert FairFX, told Daily Star Online: "The pound lifted this morning as a positive reaction to the PMs deal talks last night and at the moment the pound stands at 1.173 against the euro, the highest it's been since May 2017".

Following a last-minute dash to Strasbourg, the prime minister said she had secured the alterations to the withdrawal agreement demanded by MPs after they overwhelmingly rejected her deal in January.

On Wednesday, lawmakers are expected to reject a no-deal Brexit in a vote and on Thursday are then due to vote on whether to ask the European Union for a delay to Brexit, something to which all the bloc's other 27 members must agree.

PM Theresa May returning to Downing Street after making a statement on Brexit at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

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However, May could come back with another attempt at a meaningful vote at some point over the course of the week, especially if she only loses by a narrow amount.

The government had been expected to offer parliament the chance to press for a short extension, but announced on Tuesday night that it would be for parliament to decide on the length of the delay that the government would request. The U.K. won't be represented in the European Parliament after it quits the EU; its seats already have been given to other countries to fill in the elections.

A spokesperson for European Council President Donald Tusk said he "regretted the outcome" of the Tuesday vote and said the EU had "done all that is possible" to reach an agreement.

Parliament members who voted no in January were anxious that the backstop could keep Britain in a customs union with the continent indefinitely, voiding the concept of a Britain with trade independence.

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Brexit will pitch the world's 5th largest economy into the unknown and many fear it will divide the West as it grapples with both the unconventional USA presidency of Donald Trump and growing assertiveness from Russian Federation and China.

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