EU calls May meet to discuss Brexit

There are chances of formation of group to topple the UK PM with deal close of to her but fellow parliamentarians do  not approve the same. MP Sturgeon offers to unite with Corbyn to topple ‘shambles’ government after Theresa May ,calls off vote on her deal .

Theresa May/Angela Merkel

UK parliament to discuss EU exit amid report off vote postponed.

May is holding talks with Dutch PM Mark Rutte and Germany’s Angela Merkel after postponing a Commons vote on the deal.

The UK PM has said she needs “further assurances” about the Northern Ireland border plan to get backing from MPs.

European Commission President Jean Claude-Juncker said the EU would not “renegotiate” the deal but there was room for “further clarifications”.

The prime minister is understood to be seeking legal guarantees that the UK will not be trapped in the Northern Ireland backstop plan indefinitely. reports UK media

UK PM  May defer the date of  parliament approval of Brexit deal, the president of the European Council has called a meeting of EU leaders to discuss Brexit,  warned they would not renegotiate the withdrawal deal with the United Kingdom.

As British Prime Minister Theresa May postponed a parliamentary vote to approve the deal, EU chief Donald Tusk said that the leaders would meet on Thursday.

He said that they will not renegotiate the deal, including the backstop, but ready to discuss how to facilitate UK ratification.

EU chief’s spokesman said, the timing of the meeting, which will come on the first day of a planned European Council summit, is still to be decided.

The spokesman said, following Ms May’s decision to defer the vote, EU President has decided to call the European Council, Article 50, on Thursday.

MPs have to give the go-ahead for Mrs May’s deal if it is to come into effect when the UK leaves the EU on 29 March.

But the PM did not a set a date for the issue to return to Parliament in her Commons statement on Monday.

Mrs Leadsom suggested talks with the EU could go right down to the wire, saying: “The EU is always in a position where it negotiates at the last possible moment.”

Media agencies

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