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Hope situation improves post Brexit: Faf du Plesis on Kolpak deal

In the aftermath of the 0-3 series loss to India, Faf du Plessis pointed out that they were missing out on their best players due to the Kolpak deal.

Brexit: New deal and old jam

The UK is days away from its scheduled October 31 exit from the European Union. But there are still too many balls up in the air; the road ahead still unknown. PM Johnson got a deal from Europe, but has been thwarted by UK MPs.

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No more delays, UK PM Johnson appeals to parliament to back Brexit bill

Boris Johnson's parliamentary battle starts on Tuesday, when lawmakers will debate and vote on the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, the detailed legislation that puts his Brexit deal into British domestic law.

No yes and no

As Brexit drama drags on, its central contradiction remains — between a referendum and Westminster system

Brexit will happen on October 31 despite PM's unsigned delay request, UK says

The Brexit maelstrom has spun wildly in the past week between the possibility of an orderly exit on Oct. 31 with a deal that Johnson struck on Thursday and a delay after he was forced to ask for an extension late on Saturday.

Boris Johnson has a trust problem in Parliament

So distrustful have lawmakers become of their famously brazen prime minister — and of one another — that they voted Saturday not to vote at all on Johnson’s much-heralded Brexit plan.

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Parliament delays Brexit vote, prolonging agony

Late Saturday night, Johnson formally applied to the EU, in an unsigned letter, for another extension of Britain’s departure, something he said he would rather be “dead in a ditch” than do.

Brexit deal: What has happened so far, and what happens now

Independent MP Oliver Letwin, who is a former member of Johnson’s Conservative Party, brought about an amendment that has effectively delayed a vote on Brexit, until the House of Commons passes required legislation to execute it properly.

Setback for PM Johnson as UK lawmakers vote to delay final Brexit decision again

At a special session of Parliament intended to ratify the Brexit deal, lawmakers voted 322-306 to withhold their approval on the Brexit deal until legislation to implement it has been passed.

Angry over Brexit, thousands gather in London demanding new referendum

Protesters waving EU flags and carrying signs calling for Brexit to be halted gathered at London's Park Lane before a march through the centre of the capital to parliament.

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Britain's Brexit-beaten Theresa May announces resignation

An embattled Theresa May announced that she will resign as the UK's Conservative leader on June 7 "in the best interests of the country", paving the way for a contest to decide the new Prime Minister after she failed to win over her ministers with a revised strategy to withdraw Britain from the European Union.

Theresa May meets Opposition's Jeremy Corbyn to forge Brexit compromise

Prime Minister Theresa May met Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn in a bid to avoids a potentially chaotic "no-deal" departure from the EU. May sought Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's support in a surprise last-minute move.

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With British government, parliament and people divided, a disorderly Brexit looms

The European Union said on Tuesday that Britain could be heading for a potentially disorderly exit in just 10 days time as Prime Minister Theresa May met with ministers to thrash out ways to break the Brexit deadlock.

City that voted for Brexit is still waiting

In Britain's 2016 EU membership referendum, Sunderland voted by 61 per cent to 39 per cent to leave a bloc from which many residents — rightly or wrongly — believe they have received little benefit

Brexit: A timeline of the UK crisis

Britain will leave the European Union at 2300 GMT on March 29, 2019. Here is a timeline of key events related to Britain's decision of opting out of the European Union in photographs

Stop Brexit: One man's daily protest against UK-EU divorce

While Brexit supporters are also regularly outside the building, Steve Bray has become well-known for his tactics.

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Dogs owners march on UK parliament demanding new Brexit 'Wooferendum'

Around a thousand dogs and their owners marched on Britain’s parliament on Sunday demanding an end to Brexit via a second vote on the terms of the country’s exit from the European Union

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UK Supreme Court Rules Britain PM Must Get Parliament's Approval To Trigger Brexit

The UK Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Prime Minister Theresa May must get parliament’s approval before she begins Britain’s formal exit from the European Union. The UK’s highest judicial body dismissed the government’s argument that May could simply use executive powers known as “royal prerogative” to invoke Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty […]

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