Minister quits as prospect of ‘softer’ Brexit looms

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Theresa May's statement on Tuesday evening represented a significant shift in her Brexit approach, moving away from the prospect of a no-deal split and bringing opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn into the equation. May said the government would abide by the decision of the Commons, but only if Labour did so too.

Britain was originally due to leave the bloc by March 29, but May got approval from the European Union for a short extension to give her government more time to find a solution parliament could support.

If approved by the Lords, which most commentators expect to happen, the bill tabled by Labour MP Yvette Cooper will enshrine in law the requirement for the PM to request a lengthy extension to Brexit if she fails to get her Withdrawal Agreement passed by April 12. "There will be no negotiations on future relations".

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay said Wednesday that May was entering her talks with Corbyn "without preconditions".

The leaders of the EU's 27 remaining countries gave the United Kingdom until April 12 to leave the bloc or to come up with a new plan, after lawmakers thrice rejected an agreement struck between the bloc and May.

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The Prime Minister will meet the Labour leader today and reportedly plans to hammer out a deal by Friday night to avoid a long Brexit delay and dodge European elections. Two ministers, Welsh minister Nigel Adams and DExEU minister Chris Heaton-Harris, have already quit at the Prime Minister's decision to hold talks with Corbyn.

"We have agreed a programme of work to ensure we deliver for the British people, protecting jobs and security".

Could Britain leave the European Union without agreements, that would be the responsibility of the United Kingdom.

Labour lawmaker Paul Sweeney said May's outreach to his party "shows the desperation that she's in". Many supporters want the party to throw its weight behind a second referendum but some Labour lawmakers, who represent areas that voted strongly to leave the European Union, are against.

"The first executive of industrial manufacturer Siemens U.K. implored British lawmakers to combine about a compromise Brexit deal, stating the country's political chaos was creating the U.K. a" laughing stock".

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"Staying at the EU customs union or holding a new Brexit referendum have been around the desk Monday, together with other" gentle Brexit" choices and a telephone to get a no-deal Brexit where Britain leaves the EU with no bargain on April 12.

The Prime Minister knows how odd a position that is for her to be in, which is why she wants to make sure everyone knows who have forced her into it: Tory Brexiteers and the Democratic Unionist Party.

The offer of the olive branch was accepted by the Labour leader, who said that "we will meet the prime minister".

Britain could one day review its membership of a possible post-Brexit customs union with the European Union, Attorney General Geoffrey Cox told the BBC.

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