May heads to Brussels after EU vote loss

The Prime Minister is due in Brussels on Thursday, hours after Conservative rebels in the Commons defeated the government in a key Brexit vote.
MPs backed an amendment giving them a legal guarantee of a vote on the final Brexit deal struck with Brussels.
One of the rebels, Stephen Hammond, was sacked by Mrs May as Conservative vice chairman in the aftermath of the vote.
Other EU member states could decide to move forward to trade talks with the UK at their two-day summit.
The negotiations are first expected to focus on agreeing a temporary arrangement that will kick in as soon as the UK... read more

14 December 2017 in Regional, Views: 55
Source: BBC

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