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Parliament rejected the draft agreement on Brexit. The document was prepared by the office Theresa may and she agreed with Brussels at the EU summit on 25 November. Mae insisted on Parliament's adoption of this version of the agreement, stating that alternative, it does not. Against the agreement voted by a majority of the members of the house of Commons — 432 MP, in support of the 202 deputies. The chamber is under the control of the conservatives, who accounted for 317 mandates; in the second place the labor party, 256. The other parties have in the house 1-35 mandates. the leader of the labour party Jeremy Corbyn has submitted to Parliament a proposal for a vote of no confidence in the government may. the results of the vote will affect 67 million people...

Prime Minister Theresa may during a speech in Parliament urged not to allow Brexit without a deal. I urge everyone not to allow the option of leaving the EU without this deal. It's time for us to come to a decision that will determine the future of our country for decades, ' said Mae. on 15 January in the house of Commons passed a vote, about the agreement with the EU on exit from the integration. Earlier the Minister for Brexit Stephen Barclay said the Cabinet believes that preparing for the option of exit without the agreement of a priority.

The House of Commons at 19:00 will finish reviewing 4 introduced by the amendments and will proceed to the vote on each of them. It will take a little over an hour and the issue of approval of the agreement with the EU Brexit would be put to a vote in the lower house. on 16 January, Britain will meet either with the approved plan of parting with the European Union, or in complete uncertainty on whether a country actually leave the EU or leave on some of their not yet certain conditions. Predictions at this moment are that probably the agreement with Brussels, which is itself the Prime Minister Theresa may calls not perfect, will be rejected. there are several Reasons. Firstly, Mey probably won't be able to collect the required number of votes. Of the 650...

The Government called for the introduction of the new scheme of electricity metering, according to which large energy companies will pay to the owners of small renewable energy sources (RES) for power, which they actually exported to the network. This will provide the state a large amount of "green" electricity and will create new competitive market with different players, which will offer households the best price, according to authorities. Previously, so-called "preferential" tariffs — subsidies for "green" electricity, and "export" rates, which owners of solar panels supplied to the network 50% of the produced electricity and the received cost, even if it exported less. However, it was announced about the cancellation of these fares from April 2019...

In London held a demonstration rally protest movement of the "yellow jackets". The March was organized by the "national Assembly" opposes austerity conservatives in the government of Prime Minister Theresa may. In the action in support of the requirements of the organization on Saturday, January 12, was attended by several hundred to several thousand Britons. They include trade unionists, opposition politicians and representatives of various organizations from across the country. however, on the possible participation stated on the event page in Facebook at least 2 000 people. Many marchers wore yellow vests, thereby making reference to the events in France. At the beginning of the action were detained one of the organizers in connection with the alleged...

Prime Minister Theresa may announced that the vote in Parliament regarding the agreement on the terms Brexit will be held in the third week of January 2019. the statement may made during a speech to MPs in the House of Commons. the Prime Minister explained that the parties intend to return to the debate that precedes the vote on 7th January. The vote is scheduled for next week — January 14, 2019. Earlier it was planned that the Parliament will vote on December 11. After 3 days of debate, the Prime Minister said that the agreement in its current form will not support the majority of deputies postponed the vote.

Supporters of Brexit in the yellow vests were sesabamisobasi traffic on Westminster bridge. on Friday, December 14, protesters dressed in yellow vests and shouting: "Brexit immediately!". The bridge is from 30 to 60 people, car traffic is blocked. The representative of the Metropolitan police said that the police are aware of protests, but so far nobody was arrested. Yellow jackets — the symbol of protests that began in France in mid-November due to the increase in authorities the price of gasoline and diesel fuel. Across the country, demonstrations were attended by about 75,000 French. on 13 December, Prime Minister Theresa may went to Brussels, to receive legal guarantees on the future status of Northern Ireland after Brexit. on 12 December held a vote of...

The Vote in the house of Commons with the agreement of the EU Brexit will be held until January 21, 2019, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa may on Tuesday, December 11. the Representative emphasized that this date was the deadline. Earlier, on Monday, Mai said that the vote should be held within 6 weeks. on 10 December, the source told about the plans may cancel the vote because of concerns that many members of Parliament did not support the agreement on Brexit. Later the Prime Minister officially announced the postponement of the vote. it is clear that, despite broad support for many of the key aspects of the transaction, on the question of Northern Ireland remains a serious concern. Therefore, we are postponing tomorrow the voting, said may. the...

Last Sunday, the demonstrators called on the government to prevent the failure of Brexit. In support of leaving the EU on the streets of the capital marched several thousand demonstrators. They expressed their dissatisfaction with the terms of Brexit, which agreed with Brussels Theresa may. In contrast, supporters of European integration with slogans and banners took to the streets of about 15 000 people. The police managed to move the parties. While there were no clashes. 1 of 8 PA PA Angela Christofilou/The Independent Angela Christofilou/Angela Christofilou The Independent/The Independent Angela Christofilou/Angela Christofilou The Independent/The Independent Angela Christofilou/The Independent

Cakes, chocolate and biscuits – instead of bricks, sugar and spices – instead of cement. The architects have teamed up with chefs to build a gingerbread city in the Victoria and albert Museum. "the gingerbread city" more than 60 buildings. Between them are roads and bike paths. There is a station, a brewery, a Ferris wheel and even a homeless shelter. Above the offices, theatres and libraries cable car. Sweet metropolis fully lit to make the gingerbread men were comfortable to walk the streets of caramel and marshmallow skate on the ice. All the materials are edible. Inside some of the buildings are fortifications that a little help to stand straight, especially towers, because they're quite high – up to 86 cm tall. But most of the materials are edible. It...

7 Dec stops issuance of investment visas Tier 1 that were actively used by Russian entrepreneurs to obtain a residence permit in the UK. The interior Ministry explains that the reform aimed at combating money laundering and organized crime. Already filed applications for investment visas will be considered on a routine basis, the admission of new stops until further notice, expected in 2019. On the gov website.uk stated that the issuance of visas in the Tier 1 program is no longer available. we are Talking about a simplified program of obtaining a permanent residence permit in the UK after 5, 3 or 2 years in exchange for investments in the economy of £2.5 or £10 million. According to the interior Ministry, over the past 10 years, the programme has benefited...

Two rare automobile license plates — "SW1" that is identical to the postcode of the Central district of London where the houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace, and its variation "1SW" went under the hammer at Coys auction for £300 000. This value is due to the great interest of collectors to the area of the capital, where is the modern history of the country related to Brexit, – said the representative of the trading house. the Government was able to agree on all conditions of exit from the EU, but now the official London has reached a critical juncture. The project was approved by the Brussels deal with the EU must be approved by 11 Dec by Westminster. Otherwise, the Kingdom will face very unpleasant consequences. the car Owners, collectors and...

Parliamentarians issued a secret internal documents to social networks Facebook about providing personal user data to advertising companies. Damian Collins, Chairman of the parliamentary Committee, who conducted a large-scale trial activities of Facebook, has published the results of investigations and illustrated them with 200 pages. the Documents show that the Corporation provided access to personal user data to advertising companies without the permission of the users themselves, says Collins. Corporation Facebook States that does not sell users ' personal data. Representatives of the social network do not dispute the authenticity of the documents released Six4Three, however, report that these documents were used selectively to discredit Facebook. the...

The Government, headed by Prime Minister Theresa may was defeated in the house of Commons of the Parliament for a week to discuss the deal London to Brussels for Brexit. the Members of the lower house of Parliament voted to investigate the question of contempt of the Cabinet of Ministers to the legislature. The proposal was made by the labour party, together with five political forces. They were supported by 311 MPs. It was opposed by 293 deputies. Earlier the MPs rejected the amendment of the government, which included delaying the investigation through transferring him to the privileges Committee of the house of Commons. on 11 December in Parliament is to vote on the transaction Brexit from the EU. the Referendum on the country's withdrawal from the...

Parliament does not intend to exercise the existing right to unilaterally cancel Brexit. According to Reuters, the statement by the representative of the Prime Minister came after the chief Advisor to the EU for legal Affairs said that the UK has such a right. on Tuesday, the advocate General of the European court of justice Campos Sanchez-Bordon gave an official explanation on article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty on the right of withdrawal from the EU. According to him, the United Kingdom reserves the right to unilaterally withdraw the notice of withdrawal from the EU, while the parties have not formally signed an agreement on Brexit. Thus, he denied the allegation that article 50 allows for the possibility of withdrawal of the notification only after a...