Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn will be in Brexit talks today about how the negotiations should move forward after MEPs backed the Prime Minister to secure changes to the Irish barrier.
When he spoke with MPs after MPs also voted to avoid Brexit from the table, the head of the job said he was ready to meet PM two weeks after he refused his initial invitation.
After a rather successful night for Mrs. May, during which the government defeated a number of attempts by MEPs to control the Brexita process, Hercules' task now is to persuade EU officials to resume negotiations.
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2019-01-30T09: 48: 58.813Z
From yesterday's round – what left changes yesterday:
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Here is yesterday's sketch from Tom Peck – Theresa May took back control of Brexit – the problem is he still has no idea what to do about it
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The European Parliament is about to discuss the current state of the British Government's withdrawal from the EU at around 2:30 pm British time, the day after the vote in the House of Commons of the UK House of Representatives.
2019-01-30T09: 26: 42.330Z
Mrs. Smith said today that she had Tory's chief Julian Smith to do that during the incident to Mr. Corbyn. She said she was holding her "offspring".
"In fact she says," Angela wants a second referendum, "and I think that's why my leader did not want to be aware of it.
My opinion would be that, given that we had a vote of confidence, it is becoming more and more likely that the renegotiation agreement will prove to be very difficult – Theresa May has decided to go with the blocking of feedback and go with the ERG group rather than develop consensus with Commons.
On this basis, I think that the leader of the Labor Party must move to the next stage of the political party for the conference and accept the people's vote as the political party of the Party and continue with it now with all vengeance in Parliament. "
2019-01-30T09: 25: 38.263Z
Yesterday, Jeremy Corbyn was criticized for not surrendering his own Member, Angela Smith.
After several attempts to hit and fail Michael Gove tried to show her.
She was present this morning and explained what she thought was happening.
2019-01-30T09: 14: 31.830Z
Rob Merrick, our deputy political editor, outlines some of Theresa May's reports.
The European Union would seem to agree not to participate in Brexit than to the opposition.
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From our parliamentary sketch sketch:
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Asked if she thinks that Tereza May may secure a new deal next year with the EU fourteen days, said Mr. Barclay:
The vote was last night, the prime minister meets with the leader of the opposition, the process is under way … we work hard in the national interest. "
2019-01-30T08: 48: 13.386Z
Last night, Jon Stone, our man in Brussels, wrote about how it took the EU less than 10 minutes to reject the demands of Members,
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MEP Philippe Lamberts, sitting on the influential Brexit Steering Committee in the European Parliament, said that no agreement was "less of the two evils"
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Michel Barnier said in Brussels this morning:
The position of the European Union is very clear.
Yesterday, President (Donald) Tusk and President (Jean-Claude) Juncker, who made a parliamentary statement this afternoon, voiced their opinion. "
2019-01-30T08: 33: 40.000Z
In the note, Dr. Rosser said:
Regarding the potential for significant operational impact and serious and widespread risks to patient safety, the greatest concern is the availability of medicines, medicines and clinical supplies.
While we have not seen large flights yet, it is quite likely that an even more hostile public atmosphere towards Europe, in the absence of an agreement, coupled with a further drop in the pound against the euro and other currencies, has affected staff morale and a possible decision to stay and work in the UK.
"It is difficult to prepare detailed predictions or plans for such unpredictable concerns, but it is difficult to see any scenario under which no agreement or other chaotic Brexit has a significant impact on our ability to safely treat our patients."
2019-01-30T08: 33: 40.000Z
NHS Trust could "quickly deplete vital health needs" if the United Kingdom hit the European Union without agreement, the hospital chief says.
Dr. David Rosser, director of the NHS Foundation Trust at Birmingham University Hospital Hospitals (UHB), said the service could face "a completely unprecedented challenge", despite the central supplies.
Points were raised last week in the UHB Bureau report after being asked to draw up details on Brexit's non-commercial readiness.
2019-01-30T08: 31: 40.000Z
The CBI chief warned that British businesses are likely to speed up their unsuccessful Brexita's planning after a vote in parliament Tuesday night, which ordered the prime minister to negotiate a divorce again.
Carolyn Fairbairn said she did not think that any company would be assured of the events on Tuesday when the lawmakers announced they did not want to leave the European Union without agreement,
2019-01-30T08: 28: 55.496Z
Stephen Barclay, Brexite Secretary, is on BBC Radio 4 this morning. Here is a brief summary of what he said:
Britain will leave without a deal if nothing is agreed by March 29, but it will be devastating
Feedback alternatives will be explored
Theresa May and Jeremy Corby will meet later today
2019-01-30T08: 23: 12.630Z
BREAKING NEWS: Job Leader Jeremy Corbyn received an invitation from Theresa May for Brexit talks on Prime Minister questions.
2019-01-30T08: 15: 10.496Z
If you need to catch up with yesterday's events, over the night, our political editor Joe Watts is here:
2019-01-30T08: 14: 34.763Z
Jeremy Corbyn was accused of returning after initially refusing to meet Theresa May, while no-resolving remains.
Barry Gardiner, the shadow secretary of the international trade, denies these allegations.
Talk about BBC Radio 4 Today he said:
Jeremy always said that at this stage she only needed what she needed to physically do away with it, did not need to enforce legislation, she only needed to accept that it was the will of Parliament, and that would be what happened.
Parliament has said unequivocally yesterday that they do not want something to happen and that the Prime Minister, when he came to a summary after the debate, acknowledged that it was Parliament's will.
She said she would return in two weeks, hoping to have something from Europe, but she would have another opportunity at this stage if further hours were to be put in place to put Parliament's legislative instrument in place to avoid any action. "
2019-01-30T08: 09: 49.473Z
A quick overview of what happened last night:
Theresa May defeated a number of attempts by MEPs to control the Brexit process.
The government has secured a key victory when MPs agree with Maya Brexit, until it is possible to find an alternative to blocking feedback.
MEPs, however, have decided not to agree on a table.
Lead researcher Jeremy Corbyn agreed to meet Theresa May with Brexit's interviews.
EU leaders have reopened negotiations.
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MEPs endorsed the amendment tabled by Sir Graham Brady by 317 votes to 301 to accept an agreement with Mrs. Brexit if there is an alternative to feedback.
However, within a few minutes of May's victory in the Chamber of Deputies, the EU leaders ruled out negotiations again.
"The detention is part of the withdrawal agreement and the withdrawal agreement is not open for renegotiation. The conclusions of the December European Council are very clear in this regard," said Donald Tusk.
Irish foreign minister Simon Coveney said the controversial backstop arrangement remained "necessary" despite the vote, while the European Parliament's chief Brexit negotiator, Guy Verhofstadt, said there was "no majority to re-open or dilute" the withdrawal agreement.
And French President Emmanuel Macron also said the agreement was "not renegotiable", in comments just moments before MPs voted.
The Independent has launched its #FinalSay campaign, which requires voters to get their vote on the latest Brexit deal.