Rebel Conservative MPs have joined forces with Labour to inflict a fresh blow on Theresa May’s government in a Commons Brexit vote.It means the government will have to come up with revised plans within three days if Mrs May’s EU withdrawal deal is rejected by MPs next week.
Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has said the forthcoming presidential election in Nigeria will bring shame and humiliation to the country.He said this in a New Year Message broadcast from Israel, yesterday.
Holding another referendum on the EU would “break faith with the British people”, Theresa May will warn MPs.Former PMs John Major and Tony Blair are among those urging a new referendum if MPs cannot agree on a way forward.
Theresa May is facing obstacles to her Brexit plan at home and in Europe.
Theresa May is heading to Brussels later ahead of a special EU summit to formally sign off the Brexit deal.The prime minister will hold talks with top EU officials, before leaders of all 28 countries meet to endorse the agreement on Sunday.
Leading Brexiteers in the cabinet have rallied behind Theresa May amid attempts to unseat her by Tory MPs.Michael Gove said he “absolutely” had confidence in Mrs May as he confirmed he would not be following several other ministers out of the door.
President Donald Trump’s national security adviser John Bolton brought a prop to the UN General Assembly to underscore the Trump administration’s primary theme: the US stands on its own.
Theresa May’s proposed new economic partnership with the EU “will not work”, the head of the European Council has said.Donald Tusk said the plans risked undermining the EU’s single market.
The main opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has reported President Muhammadu Buhari to the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, and German Chancellor, Angela Merkel.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has said Nigeria was getting global attention under President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration due to the President’s incorruptible leadership.
The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, on Thursday lamented that President Muhammadu Buhari’s inability to “productively engage British Prime Minister, Theresa May,” was “directly bungling our nation’s opportunity to draw maximum economic dividends from her visit before she left the shores of our country.”