Brexit gets delayed and one week passes since NZ Shootings


Brexit will be deferred until 22 May, if MPs back Theresa May’s withdrawal works out with the EU – at the third time of inquiring. EU leaders conceded to this at a summit in Brussels.

Be that as it may, imagine a scenario in which MPs dismiss the arrangement once more. All things considered, Brexit can be postponed until 12 April – so, all in all the UK must set out its best courses of action or leave without an arrangement.

Mrs May said MPs had a “clear choice” and that supporting her arrangement would “move our country forward”. Prior this week Commons Speaker John Bercow discounted a third vote, except if what was put before Parliament changed “significantly”. Be that as it may, a vote is currently expected one week from now, with a discussion starting on Monday.

Then, a request calling for Article 50 would be repudiated, which means Brexit would be dropped. This has pulled in excess of two million signatures. Be that as it may, Mrs May said Brexit would be conveyed, respecting the result of the 2016 referendum.

Christchurch shootings: New Zealand observes silence for the victims

It’s seven days since 50 people were shot dead in assaults on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. The nation has watched a two-minute quiet, while Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has joined a great many grievers.

A large number of unfortunate victims were immigrants. “I was so happy that I had a beautiful country to raise my kids in,” one survivor tells the BBC, adding of what happened last week: “It really hurts me.”


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