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Theresa May’s political career in three minutes

Published on 24 May 2019
Brexit came to define her time as Prime Minister, but Theresa May had a long and varied political career. Please subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

MP’s debate and vote on the Withdrawal Agreement for the third time in three months, March 29, 2019

UK Parliament

Streamed live on 29 Mar 2019

Today in the Commons, MPs will debate and vote on the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated with the European Union.
More information, including the amendments tabled for today’s debate, can be found in the Order Paper https://publications.parliament.uk/pa…
Follow @HouseofCommons on Twitter for updates through the day.
You can watch the House of Commons and the House of Lords live or playback through https://www.parliamentlive.tv

Theresa May statement from 10 Downing Street: 20 March 2019

UK Prime Minister Theresa May discusses recent events in the UK House of Commons and informs Britons about her reasoning for her March 20, 2019 letter to EC President Donald Tusk requesting an Article 50 extension from March 29, 2019 until June 30, 2019.

Video courtesy of The Guardian News YouTube Channel


UK House of Commons, Speaker of the House John Bercow: 18 March 2019

“House of Commons Speaker John Bercow was today accused of sabotaging Theresa May’s Brexit deal after telling MPs she cannot force them to vote on it again without changing it ‘substantially’.

The Commons Speaker cited a 400-year-old Commons precedent to inflict an extraordinary blow to Mrs May’s hopes of getting her EU divorce through Parliament.

Mrs May had planned to go to Brussels on Thursday and apply for a ‘long’ Brexit delay unless MPs show they are ready to back her deal by Tuesday night.

Now Mr Bercow used a precedent from April 1604 – used 12 times in the Commons since then – to warn the PM that she must significantly change her deal if she wants to force another vote on it before March 29.

It means that if Mrs May wants to force MPs into another vote after the EU Brussels summit she will have to ask Mr Bercow who would have the final say on if it goes ahead.

Unless Mrs May can make an acceptable change, the Speaker’s intervention means the PM’s deal will be killed off with No Deal or a long-term delay to Brexit the most likely options. This video has Speaker Bercow’s full statement.”This text reposted from the ProductiehuisEU Channel on YouTube

Video courtesy of ProductiehuisEU | Posted on March 18, 2019 | I do not own this video; It is posted for informational purposes only.


The Nigel Farage Show: 18 March 2019

LBC: Nigel Farage takes calls on today’s news that the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, won’t allow Prime Minister Theresa May a 3rd attempt to pass an amended EU Withdrawal Agreement unless it’s significantly different than the previous 2 versions of the WA that she has tried (and failed) to pass. The Speaker of the House cites many legal precedents going back to April 2, 1604 to prove that he’s legally required to enforce this rule in the UK Parliament.

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The Nigel Farage Show: 26 February 2019

LBC: Nigel Farage takes calls on today’s news that UK Prime Minister Theresa May will allow British MP’s to vote to delay Brexit because (apparently) 2.5+ years isn’t long enough for the UK and the EU to create a workable Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.

Video courtesy of LBC | Subscribe to LBC | LBC: Leading Britain’s Conversation on DAB Digital Radio | 97.3FM FM London


Prime Minister’s Brexit statement: 26 February 2019

UK Parliament: Prime Minister Theresa May is making a statement to the House of Commons on Brexit, which her Government is currently negotiating with the European Union. She is expected to table an amendable motion that MP’s will vote on tomorrow. This will give an opportunity for MP’s to propose, debate and vote on amendments on the next steps in the Brexit process.

Video courtesy of UK Parliament. Read a BBC News article about this motion here.