(LONDON) #Brexit Deal Or NO Deal LATEST: The more that Britain tries to get the EU to accept a deal the more they block their way ….with Northern Ireland using the backstop as a way to keep themselves aligned with EU and prevent a deal but ‘ blaming Britain as always: So its heading for a NO DEAL Gov.UK link provided #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Oct.08: Britain sought on Tuesday to ease concerns about leaving the European Union without a deal, publishing a raft of contingency plans which included a new advice service to help suppliers of medical goods: With just 23 days before the United Kingdom is due to leave the bloc, the future of Brexit remains deeply uncertain and both London and Brussels are positioning themselves to avoid blame for a delay or a disorderly no-deal #Brexit.

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Britain’s parliament, where a majority of lawmakers have tried to prevent a no-deal Brexit, has demanded an update on the government’s efforts to try to mitigate the disruption that leaving without a deal is expected to cause: The government published an update to those plans on Tuesday in a 155-page document entitled “No-Deal Readiness Report” which covered steps taken on key issues like borders, citizens’ rights, energy, industry and Northern Ireland.

“At every point, the government will be candid about the challenges ahead as well as clear-eyed about the opportunities,” said Michael Gove, the minister in charge of preparations: “Together, government, businesses and citizens can work to get ready for Brexit – and look forward to the future with confidence.”

Previously leaked documents have highlighted the potential for civil unrest, and food, fuel and medicine shortages in the event of no-deal – although the government at the time said those represented an outdated worst-case scenario, which they have tried to address: Tuesday’s document, which largely covered previously announced contingency measures and advice to businesses and consumers, set out the establishment of a new “Support Unit” to help suppliers of medical goods prepare.

“This will help to ensure that companies have the necessary customs paperwork in place for border arrangements ahead of Brexit on 31 October, if we leave without a deal,” the plans said: “These teams of specialists will be able to provide traders operating in the health and social care sector with up-to-date advice and practical guidance on the steps they need to take to prepare.”

#AceNewsDesk reports …………….Published: Oct.08: 2019:

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(LONDON) #Brexit Deal NO Deal Latest: The UK Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Boris Johnson’s dec ision to shut down parliament in the run-up to Brexit was unlawful, but a defiant prime minister said he disagreed and vowed that Britain would leave the EU by Oct. 31, come what may and prorogue parliament #AceNewsD esk reports

#AceNewsReport – Sept.24: The stinging judgment by all 11 of the court’s sitting justices undermines Johnson’s already fragile grip on power and gives legislators more scope to try to stop him taking Britain out of the bloc next month, with or without a divorce deal: Responding in New York to the judgment, which said that the suspension was null and void, Johnson said he would respect the ruling but “strongly disagreed” with it, making clear the setback would make no difference to his Brexit agenda.

The Supreme Court ruling, the most important constitutional legal ruling in decades, was a blistering rebuke of Johnson’s actions: “The decision to advise Her Majesty to prorogue parliament was unlawful because it had the effect of frustrating or preventing the ability of parliament to carry out its constitutional functions without reasonable justification,” Supreme Court President Brenda Hale said.

The ruling said Johnson had not given any reason – “let alone a good reason” – for suspending the legislature for five weeks, an act which had had an “extreme” effect on the fundamentals of British democracy: “The prime minister’s advice to Her Majesty was unlawful, void and of no effect,” said Hale, adding that parliament was therefore not suspended and it was up to the speakers of parliament’s two chambers to decide what to do next. Opposition leaders called on Johnson to resign immediately for misleading Queen Elizabeth, who had officially suspended parliament on his advice:

A source in his office said the prime minister would not resign and Johnson, in his first public comments on the landmark ruling, appeared unrepentant: “As the law currently stands, the UK leaves the EU on October 31st come what may but the exciting thing for us now is to get a good deal — and that is what we are working on,” he told reporters: “And to be honest it is not made much easier by this kind of stuff in parliament or in the courts,” he added.

Parliament Would Resume: London, the speaker of the House of Commons said the lower house of Britain’s two-chamber parliament would reconvene at 11:30 a.m. (1030 GMT) on Wednesday: Johnson, who has no majority in the chamber and suffered repeated defeats there before the suspension, argued the move was normal while a new legislative agenda, known as the Queen’s Speech, was prepared: Critics said he had shut down parliament in order to prevent further reverses: A rebel alliance of opposition lawmakers and some from his own Conservative Party had forced through a law requiring Johnson to ask the EU to delay Brexit by three months if no deal was agreed by Oct. 19.

Asked how he planned to overcome that obstacle, Johnson ignored the question and repeated his view that an Oct. 31 exit was the legal default: The source in Johnson’s office said the prime minister would return to Britain after giving a speech at the United Nations later in the day: “This evening he will be flying back overnight to the UK and there will be a cabinet call today while the PM is in New York,” the source said.

A spokeswoman for the opposition Labour Party declined to comment on whether it would put forward a motion of no confidence to seek to bring down Johnson’s government:

More People VS Parliament ……….More than three years after the United Kingdom voted by 52%-48% in a referendum to leave the European Union, the country remains deeply divided and the #Brexit process has become mired in confusion, with options ranging from a turbulent no-deal exit to abandoning the entire endeavour.

In his comments in New York, Johnson sought to portray the court ruling as the latest attempt by Brexit opponents to thwart the will of the people as expressed in the 2016 referendum: “Let’s be in no doubt there are a lot of people who want to frustrate Brexit. There are a lot of people who want to stop this country coming out of the EU,” he said.

Johnson’s critics say that such language, pitting parliament and the independent judiciary against the voters, is divisive and dangerous for British democracy: The Supreme Court had repeatedly made it clear that it was passing no judgment on the pros and cons of Brexit, but rather was deciding a narrow legal point on whether or not the prime minister’s advice to the queen was unlawful.

Buckingham Palace declined to comment…………..

In financial markets, sterling GBP initially hit a day’s high of $1.2479 after the ruling before falling back to stand at $1.2454 at 1045 GMT, up 0.2% on the day and only slightly stronger than before the court decision.

#AceNewsDesk reports ………………..Published: Sept.24: 2019: Reuters: Writing by Guy Faulconbridge; Additional reporting by Kylie MacLellan in New York; Editing by Kevin Liffey and Jon Boyle

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(LONDON) #BrexitNODeal Latest: #Brexit party’s Farage offer to Tories to give up 80-90 districts in election deal – reports @Nigel_Farage and he has outlined details of his offer to Boris Johnson, according to The Sun newspaper on Wednesday #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Sept.11: Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has outlined details of his offer to the UK prime minister and Conservatives leader, Boris Johnson, The Sun newspaper reported on Wednesday: The offer stipulated that Johnson ensures a no-deal withdrawal from the European Union and the Tories gives up 80-90 constituencies in the upcoming election in exchange for the anti-EU party refraining from nominating rivals to the incumbent Tory parliamentarians and in some other target constituencies, The Sun newspaper reported on Wednesday.

According to the newspaper, the offer was conveyed to Johnson by senior Tory officials after information about the talks became public. In the offer, Farage urged Johnson to give up only those election districts where either the Brexit Party or the UK Independence Party (UKIP), formerly led by Farage, finished second to Labour rivals in the previous elections: These districts are mainly located in South Wales, the Midlands and the North East, and Farage expects to win “40 to 50” of them.

UKIP, then headed by Farage, was at the forefront of the struggle for Brexit during the 2016 referendum on withdrawing the United Kingdom from the European Union: However, the party lost its positions after the vote and Farage’s decision to leave it. Currently, Farage is heading the Brexit Party, which is also campaigning for leaving the bloc without a deal.

The United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in 2016 but the withdrawal was delayed several times: After then-Prime Minister Theresa May failed to come up with an acceptable plan to leave the bloc by March 29 of this year, the deadline was moved to October 31. Since the beginning of his tenure, Johnson promised that the United Kingdom would withdraw from the bloc with or without a deal.

#Brexit party’s Farage offers Tories to give up 80-90 districts in election deal – reports @Nigel_Farage — Sputnik (@SputnikInt) September 11, 2019

#AceNewsDesk reports ………..Published: Sept.11: 2019:

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(LONDON) #BrexitNODeal LATEST: House of Lords approves bill to block no-deal Brexit BUT ONLY AFTER THIS HAPPENED: Earlier peers rejected 268-47 a bid to remove an amendment included in the Commons, paving the way for MPs to debate Theresa May’s final Brexit deal during an extension of EU membership into January: The amendment, tabled by Labour MP Stephen Kinnock, was only passed by default because tellers for those voting against it were not put forward #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Sept.06: A law which will make a no-deal #Brexit illegal without parliamentary approval has been passed by the House of Lords: The bill will require Boris Johnson to ask Brussels for an Article 50 extension, allowing the UK to stay in the European Union until January 31: It spells a humiliating blow for the Prime Minister, who pledged to take the country out of the EU by Halloween: The European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 6) will require Brexit to be delayed unless a divorce deal is approved or if Parliament agrees to a no-deal Brexit by October 19: It sailed through its final stages in the Lords without any amendments being made and is now expected to receive royal assent on Monday to become law MetroUK reported.
House of Lords and Boris Johnson
The bill is set to become law by Monday, scuppering Boris Johnson’s ‘do or die’ Brexit pledge (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has previously labelled it the ‘surrender bill’ and claimed it takes away control of the UK’s negotiations with the EU by allowing Parliament to block no-deal: Closing the debate in the Lords, Brexit minister Lord Callanan said the bill brought ‘delay and uncertainty’ and undermined the government’s efforts to negotiate the Withdrawal Agreement: But he assured peers the legislation would be presented for royal assent.

He added: ‘This Bill is about seriously undermining negotiations that could achieve a deal before October 31, frustrating the referendum result and stopping Brexit.’……Earlier peers rejected 268-47 a bid to remove an amendment included in the Commons, paving the way for MPs to debate Theresa May’s final Brexit deal during an extension of EU membership into January…….The amendment, tabled by Labour MP Stephen Kinnock, was only passed by default because tellers for those voting against it were not put forward: Tory peers argued this was a mistake which should be corrected to make clear and effective law.

Lord Callanan said the amendment was ‘confusingly drafted’ and ‘legally inoperable’……………………….For the Opposition, Lord Goldsmith said it did no harm to keep it in the bill because there was not time to send it back to the Commons for further consideration due to ‘guillotine of prorogation’ set off by the Prime Minister after declaring he would suspend Parliament for five weeks in mid-September: An amendment by Conservative peer Lord True to prevent the legislation coming into force until a general election is held this year was rejected by 283 votes to 28.

Lord True had argued: ‘How many more times must the British people be asked to take a delay?……………….‘How much more must they take from those who want this country to remain and want it to stop?………………‘I think there will be a limit to the tolerance of many people in this country and I beseech all those involved to allow the cleansing balm of a general election to allow all those, whatever their views, to put their case to the people.’…………..Labour described Lord True’s proposal as a ‘wrecking amendment’ and successfully led the opposition to it.

#AceNewsDesk reports ……………..Published: Sept.06: 2019:

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(LONDON) #Brexit Press Statement: Today we are launching our new public information campaign, ‘Get Ready for Brexit’, which will run across television, social media, billboards and other platforms som e of the actions required include #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Sept.02: Government research shows that only 50% of the population think it’s likely the UK will leave the EU on 31 October, 42% of small-to-medium sized businesses are unsure of how they can get ready and just 31% of the British public have looked for information on how to prepare for #Brexit.

The campaign will tackle this head on by setting out what all members of the public and business owners might need to do, if anything, to get ready to leave the EU on 31 October: Audiences including UK citizens intending to travel to Europe and all exporters to the EU will be targeted, alongside groups requiring particular information such as the equine industry and legal professions.

Some of the key actions audiences need to take include:

  • Acquiring an Economic Operator Registration and Identification number to export to the EU. Businesses that are VAT registered will automatically issued an EORI number, but micro businesses still need to register themselves.
  • Obtaining the correct documents to transport goods at the border.
  • Applying for the vital support packages available for businesses, such as grants.

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove said:

Ensuring an orderly Brexit is not only a matter of national importance, but a shared responsibility.

This campaign will encourage the country to come together to Get Ready for Brexit on 31 October.

Advertising accompanied with targeted road shows and events will drive people to GOV.UK, which has a new checker tool so audiences can identify what they need to do to get ready for Brexit quickly: There will be how to videos and step by step guides – so whether you are a small business owner, haulier or EU citizen residing in the UK – the actions you need to take to prepare will be clear and simple.

#AceNewsDesk reports …………..Published: Sept.02: 2019: Cabinet Office

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(LONDON) Tory Leadership Challenge Latest Report: New PM to be chosen on July.23: Will it be Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt as timeline of events are released up to Oct.31: Or (All Saints Day ) Next? All Souls Day ? #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – June.25: Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt will be announced as Britain’s new prime minister on Tuesday July 23, the Conservative Party said on Tuesday: https://t.me/reuters_news/87804: Britain is due to appoint a new prime minister and attempt to renegotiate the terms of its #Brexit deal, all before Oct. 31, when it is scheduled to leave the European Union.

What are the key dates between now and Brexit day?

The ruling Conservative Party are in the process of selecting a new leader, who will replace Theresa May as prime minister and head of the party: There are two candidates for the job: Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson: The winner will be selected by a postal ballot of around 160,000 Conservative Party members.

JULY 6 – 8 – Members receive ballot papers

JUNE 22 – JULY 17 – Candidates attend 16 regional hustings events in which party members will be able to ask them questions.

JULY 23 – The new leader will be announced.

PARLIAMENT

The new prime minister could face an immediate test of their ability to govern. The opposition Labour Party could bring forward a motion of no confidence. To survive, the prime minister would need to win a vote in parliament.

If a government lost a vote of confidence, there are 14 days in which a government can try to win another vote of confidence or an election is triggered.

JULY 25 – Parliament is due to break up for its summer recess. If a no confidence motion were to be brought, it would have to happen on, or before, this day.

SEPT. 3 – Parliament is scheduled to resume for a short session which typically lasts around two weeks before there is another break while the parties hold their annual conferences. The exact length of this session has not been announced.

SEPT. 21 -25 – The opposition Labour Party holds it annual conference.

SEPT. 29 to OCT. 2 – The Conservative Party holds it annual conference.

EARLY/MID-OCTOBER – Parliament resumes following the party conferences. The exact dates for this session have not been announced.

Under existing British law, any new Brexit deal would need approval by parliament before it can be ratified.

OCT. 31 – Britain is due to leave the European Union.

#AceNewsDesk report ……………..Published: June.25: 2019: Reporting by William James; editing by Guy Faulconbridge

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(LONDON) #Brexit NOW ! The Commons voted on four motions for leaving the EU, including a customs union and a Norway-style arrangement – keeping the UK in the single market – but none gained a majority: As part of ANY CONTRACT IS AGREE from the word AGREEMENT and with everyone WANTING for themselves and not NEEDING for the people who voted to LEAVE we say NEXT ? #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.01: Theresa May is holding a mass meeting with some of the 170 Conservative MPs who signed a letter to her demanding the UK leaves the EU on April 12 ‘with or without a deal’. MPs have been sent text messages – seen by The Telegraph – asking them to be ready to meet Mrs May Ace Newsroom Live http://bitly.com/2I5xQ4c

MPs have again failed to agree on proposals on the next steps for #Brexit: The votes were not legally binding, so the government would not have been forced to adopt the proposals.

Following the failure of his own motion to stay in the Single Market – known as Common Market 2.0 – Nick Boles resigned from the Conservative Party: In a point of order following the results, the MP for Grantham and Stamford said he could “no longer sit for this party”, adding: “I have done everything I can to find a compromise.”As he left the Commons, MPs were heard shouting, “don’t go Nick”, and others applauded him.

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay said the “only option” left was to find a way forward that allows the UK to leave the EU with a deal: “The government continues to believe that the best course of action is to do so as soon as possible,” he said……..”If the House is able to pass a deal this week it may still be possible to avoid holding European elections.”

The results of the votes were:

  • Motion C: Committing the government to negotiating “a permanent and comprehensive UK-wide customs union with the EU” as part of any Brexit deal – proposed by Tory former chancellor Ken Clarke – lost by 273 votes for to 276 votes against
  • Motion D: Referred to as Common Market 2.0, this option would mean joining the European Free Trade Association and European Economic Area – proposed by Tory MP Nick Boles – lost by 261 votes for to 282 votes against
  • Motion E: This is for a confirmatory referendum, giving the public a vote to approve any Brexit deal passed by Parliament before it can be implemented – proposed by Labour MPs Peter Kyle and Phil Wilson – lost by 280 votes for to 292 votes against
  • Motion G: The motion aims to prevent the UK leaving without a deal, including a vote on whether to revoke Article 50 – stopping Brexit – if the EU does not agree to an extension – proposed by the SNP’s Joanna Cherry – lost by 191 votes for to 292 votes against

AceNewsDesk report………Published: Apr.01:2019:

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