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Britain To Vote In EU Parliament Election Despite Brexit

Britain To Vote In EU Parliament Election Despite Brexit

The Liberal Democrats pitched an uncompromising message to voters with the European campaign slogan "bollocks to Brexit", with an alternative of "Stop Brexit" for people with more refined sensibilities.

He also handed over £1.7m to the largely Conservative-backed Vote Leave campaign during the 2016 European Union referendum.

The prime minister has promised to quit as Tory leader when the first phase of Brexit negotiations, dealing with divorce terms, is complete.

Last week, May had also made bullish efforts to make opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn agree on a cross-party deal for ensuring UK's smooth exit from the EU.

In March, she vowed to take Britain out of the European Union but then to hand over to another leader to negotiate future bilateral ties with the bloc.

"This is a perfectly sensible compromise and that I think she would get it through Parliament", he said.

Guy Verhofstadt has said he does not "know" if Brexit will go ahead.

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Theresa May will make her only significant contribution to the Tories' European parliamentary election campaign late next week as the party appeals to its most loyal supporters to avoid a catastrophic defeat.

The Brexit Party led by former U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage is drawing hundreds of people to rallies across the country with its simple narrative: Brexit has been betrayed by a London political elite.

"So far, every time there has been a majority against leaving with any particularly orderly deal, so we are engaged as a Government in talks with the opposition, and with others across Parliament, to try and find a way forward that has maximum possible support amongst politicians of all political parties".

UK PM Theresa May is preparing to put her Brexit deal before MPs for the fourth time if her controversial discussions with Labour breakdown, reports the Telegraph.

However, she said if the Brexit Party were to win the Peterborough by-election - triggered after constituents demanded the removal of independent MP Fiona Onasanya - it would be "untenable" for Mrs May to continue in her role.

May yesterday reluctantly accepted that Britain will take part in European parliamentary elections on May 23, nearly three years after voting to leave the EU.