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Prime Minister Theresa May has resigned over her party’s extraordinary failure

LONDON - Huge news in London today as it has been confirmed that 10 Downing Street is once again getting shaken up. Theresa May has confirmed that she will resign on 7 June amid the ongoing failure of her party to secure Brexit. One hopes that this doesn't mean that Boris Johnson is in. The General Elections are vastly approaching May's Brexit package has failed numerous times throughout the British government. In fact, it has failed so many times, that the UK could still crash out of the European Union at a later date with no deal.
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Report: Theresa May “troubled” amid fears new vote won’t pass

LONDON -- Amid hundreds of thousands of people hitting the streets of London, Theresa May, appears to be in more trouble than she's probably ever imagined as Prime Minister.  As Buzzfeed News points out, May has "ousted" the very same Labour MP 's she has desperately hoped would back her new vote (as it is needed by next week). Stefan Rousseau / PA Wire/PA Images Sources told Buzzfeed that  May 's office and the team have been targeting MP 's who are pro-leave in hopes that they can secure their votes ahead of next week.  Although the same sources who revealed such to the website, also, revealed that the same MP 's now "feel like her speech has shot her in the foot". Below is apparently part of the speech that has angered MP 's whom are pro-leave. We've collected excerpts from a You...
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Here’s all the latest on Brexit + new deadline

BRITAIN 's DAYS ARE LITERALLY NUMBERED.   Following confirmation from all 27 EU nations, Britain, has reportedly been given a small extension in hopes that MP 's will get their shit together and work with the Prime Minister. According to several outlets, EU leaders, gave Britain until 12 April to figure it out or crash out of the European Union in what may be one of the greatest financial disasters mankind has ever seen.  Businesses (like ours)  of all shapes and sizes are bracing for potentially devastating consequences if the U.K just can't seem to get it together by that date. EU leaders have made it clear this time that this deadline will be the last.    European officials also apparently informed Downing Street and the U.K government that if no deal is reached (apart from other st...
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Has the EU finally come to a Brexit deal?

IT LOOKS THAT WAY according to the EU's 27 member states.  Reports indicate that leaders across the board have decided on a final bill that permits the UK to leave the European Union with a deal. A deal, uh, that still not everybody is convinced about. As of now, the U.K is set to reportedly leave the bloc on 29 March 2019 -- the first time an EU member has actually ever  left the bloc. Here's what we know so far about the withdraw agreement.  There is now a such thing as a "transition period". A period which will allow businesses to adjust to the U.K's exit.  The period is meant to allow businesses the time that they need to adjust to the eventual new trade deal the U.K hopes to acquire.   If the first agreement becomes indefinite,   there will be no changes to current business...
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PICS: PM Theresa May in Italy on exclusive vacation

Theresa May is spending a week on holiday in Italy with her husband Philip before returning to Number 10 Following a week back at work, Mrs May and her husband will jet off to Switzerland for a fortnight walking  Theresa May decided to call an election following a walking  holiday in Wales shortly before Easter 2017 The decision to call an election on June 8 cost Mrs May the majority she inherited from David Cameron  A week long vacation is in the sights for Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Phillip.  The conservative leader arrived by boat to the exclusive island of Lake Garda in Italy last night, whereas,  the couples'   week-long walking vacation commenced. According to reports, uh, the two will also jet off to Switzerland where they will take part in a number ...
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Prime Minister Theresa May to order military strikes on Syria [Report]

British officials have announced, per the Prime Minister, that military strikes against Syria are being heavily discussed and likely will happen.  Reports confirmed that  in the early morning hours of Thursday, PM May,  ordered her cabinet back from vacation to determine the necessary military action against the troubled country. The Daily News has learned that royal ships armed with heavy cruise missiles have arrived  within military-range of Syria, although, the Ministry of Defense refused to comment on that particular issue escalating in the area. [This report will be updated throughout the day as more countries appear to determine strikes on the country].
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Theresa May hopes to cut costs of certain courses at UK colleges

Prime Minister Theresa May has high hopes this week as hopes of discussions to cut the soaring costs of certain courses throughout the United Kingdom, rage on.   According to the Prime Minister's office, May, wants to discuss further the thought of cutting tuition costs for courses in the humanities and related area, something, that critics have already been pretty darn vocal about. In a speech in Derby on Monday, per the Guardian,  May will discuss and formally propose the idea (some of which critics have already branded as severely unworkable). “The competitive market between universities which the system of variable tuition fees envisaged has simply not emerged,” she is to say. “All but a handful of universities charge the maximum possible fees for undergraduate courses. Three-yea...
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Britain defends Donald Trump’s mental fitness amid new questions

LONDON --  Where there's a will, there's a Prime Minister kissing ass most certainly.  According to 10 Downing Street,   Prime Minister Theresa May has come out in defense of U.S President Donald Trump, amid, newly  surfaced questions about his startling (and ailing) mental fitness. According to the AP,  Theresa May spoke nothing  except highly about Trump when questioned about their interactions and whether or not he may be crazy. Meanwhile,  following her denial that he may be insane,   May clarified that Donald Trump will indeed visit the United Kingdom after all (when, ehum, remains unknown).
Theresa May “hopeful” ahead of next week’s new Brexit meetings
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Theresa May “hopeful” ahead of next week’s new Brexit meetings

Meetings with EU officials and those in Brussels that is.  According to Downing Street, Theresa May will head into the telephone booth this weekend and into early next week, to,   further her diplomatic efforts for easy Brexit negotiations.   Officials say that May "wants to further diplomatic efforts'  to ensure that Brexit talks become "easier to maintain rather than continuing to fail". The sixth round of negotiations on May's behalf for the United Kingdom will begin actually next month starting with this week's upcoming summit. Although, alike the last, many are concerned that the negotiation process could lead to another harrowing defeat for May in her quest for a "No Deal" Brexit plan. Interestingly, the news of May's hopeful diplomatic efforts this weekend come as a massive su...
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MP’s move to block Theresa May ‘s dangerous “No Deal” Brexit plan

LONDON -- With Brexit still an extremely hot talking point in the U.K, several former and current powerful MP's are pushing new legislation to make it almost impossible for the U.K to leave the bloc without a proper plan. According to the "super group',  which consists of former Tory chancellor Kenneth Clarke (along with several former and current prominent MP's)   their main goal here is to make it almost impossible for Theresa May to green-light any form of an exit from the EU on the U.K's behalf without a tangible deal on the table. The discussions over a potential deal have been strong in recent weeks, as, many fear that leaving the bloc without a deal fit for the economy would spell doom for the British and those in the region.   What's fairly concerning about Theresa May's "har...
British child reportedly missing after Barcelona Attack: Officials
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British child reportedly missing after Barcelona Attack: Officials

BARCELONA --  Spanish officials and the British Embassy confirmed that a UK child is reportedly missing following those now deadly Barcelona attacks that occurred this week.   Prime Minister Theresa May said Friday that the British government is "seriously looking into reports" of a missing British child from the attacks. "Sadly I must tell you that we do believe that a number of British nationals were caught up in the attack and we're urgently looking into reports of a child believed missing who is a British dual national," May said in a televised statement from Downing Street. That child has been identified by The Daily News as Julian Alessandro Cadman from social media posts. Watch The Prime Minister's Weekly Statement Here. https://t.co/p5xOjcMoSL
Theresa May ‘s sudden snap elections were a failure
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Theresa May ‘s sudden snap elections were a failure

So much a  failure, that, it is now projected  to lose her majority in the Parliament.  Her previous hopes were that her majority would be bolstered, but, exit polls show a much deeper divide than previously acknowledged by the Prime Minister or her ruling party. Check back tomorrow for updated and finalized results.  
Theresa May to call for snap General Election on 8 June
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Theresa May to call for snap General Election on 8 June

In a shocking political decision at the hands of our Prime Minister, a snap General Election is reportedly headed for reality according to Theresa May. Speaking before 10 Downing Street this week, May, confirmed that she is set to seek a snap general election to "appease those that want Brexit to happen and prevent those that don't from making any further issues for the controversial plan for the U.K to depart from the European Union forever". May argued in a press conference before reporters in London that "The country is coming together, but the government is not". Uncertainty truly sits within the decision to hold a snap general election, considering, that she must first have two-thirds "YES" inside the government to do such a thing to begin with.  
Article 50 has been triggered in the United Kingdom
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Article 50 has been triggered in the United Kingdom

Article 50 has been legally declared, and now, the race is on  for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union indefinitely. Triggered formally by the Prime Minister, here is the attached letter sent to his Excellency  Tusk. March 29th, 2019 will be the day that the UK will forever leave the European Union, a decision that this newspaper agrees with. In Tusk's words 'We miss you already, and goodbye". Despite pleas and moves from other businesses to flee the U.K amid  Britain's final days in the U.K, we, have no intention of moving our massive headquarters and digital operation(s) out of the United Kingdom.  
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Theresa May’s Secret Brexit Speech is a question of political ethics

Prime Minister Theresa May is a woman of many questions, mainly, because nobody really knows truly how she felt about Brexit. Given such, that's particularly the reason a reported secret speech she gave to US bankers matters so precisely. In unearthed speech documents revealed over the course of the past month,  May, gave secret uppity speeches to the likes of big time bankers like Goldman Sach's in America.  During the time Brexit was being hotly debated in London and beyond, May, gave a rather lukewarm reception to the news and evaded many of the questions that surrounded her own stance on the troubling issue. But, the disclosure of these speech documents paints a much more devoted May than one may have been led to believe before her appointment as Prime Minister of the United...
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