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        szdaily -> World -> 
        British MPs vote to reject no-deal Brexit
            2019-03-15  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

        BRITISH MPs voted to reject a no-deal Brexit on Wednesday, prompting U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May to announce she will put her EU divorce plan to parliament for a third time in the coming days.

        May warned that if MPs did not adopt the deal there could have to be a lengthy delay to Brexit that would see Britain elect members to the European Parliament in elections in May.

        She was speaking after MPs voted to rule out a “no deal” departure March 29 — two days after they also rejected her own divorce terms.

        The chaotic session of parliament demonstrated once again the splits in parliament over Brexit, reflecting the deep divisions that remain in Britain almost three years after the 2016 referendum vote.

        Addressing the House of Commons, May said the “logical consequence” of the votes was for MPs now to decide if they wanted to postpone Brexit.

        But she said the EU would only support a short delay if MPs agreed her deal — without that, “there will need to be a much longer extension.”

        In such a scenario, she said Britain may have to hold European Parliament elections in May.

        “I do not think that would be the right outcome. But the house needs to face up to the consequences of the decisions it has taken,” she said.

        The no-deal vote was largely symbolic as Britain is still on course to leave the EU in just over two weeks, unless it can agree on a new plan or delay, which would require the unanimous consent of all EU leaders.

        MPs on Tuesday rejected May’s deal for a second time, raising the risk of severing 46 years of U.K.- EU ties overnight and causing an economic shock on both sides of the Channel.

        (SD-Agencies)

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