May asks lawmakers for Brexit support after ‘difficult’ European Union talks

An anti Brexit protester outside the Houses of Parliament in London

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The 27 European Union leaders agreed their joint stance during talks in Brussels and their chairman, Donald Tusk, has now taken it to the Mrs May for her approval.

Many pro-Brexit lawmakers dismiss such warnings and say Britain should be prepared to leave without a deal and then wring concessions from the EU.

However, the pro-EU and pro-Brexit parties are eager to run for elections, which was view as a way to express strong disagreement views on the bloc.

The campaign launch will intensify the pressure on Mrs May, with many Tories fearing they will haemorrhage votes to the new party amid growing frustration with the deadlock in Parliament. The former U.K. Independence Party leader said delays to Brexit were "a willful betrayal of the greatest democratic exercise in the history of this nation".

She added: "The Brexit delay that the European Union has agreed gives Westminster's village a pause, a moment to take a breath, and maybe to take stock".

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Launching his return to front-line politics in Coventry, Farage said the launch marked the start of a fightback against a career political class that has betrayed the Brexit referendum.

The sharper shift to the far-right of Farage's former party came a year ago with the presidency of Batten, who allied himself with former EDL leader Tommy Robinson after taking over the leadership from Henry Bolton in April.

Farage said he did not want to be a part of a party that promoted "violence, criminal records and thuggery".

"The Prime Minister has said that she will leave once she has done the deal and taken us out of the European Union".

However, many Labour MPs and members are calling for leader Jeremy Corbyn to ask for a second referendum as one of the party's demands.

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"What we're trying to do is launch a revolution in British politics and realign the party structure".

Back in Westminster, May's government is holding talks with the opposition Labour Party to see if they can agree on a compromise deal that Parliament would support. The Brussels summit was more tense than expected, with France's President Emmanuel Macron opposing a long extension, with most others including German chancellor Angela Merkel in favour.

"I remain optimistic that over the next couple of months we will get a deal done", he told reporters in Washington where he is attending meetings at the International Monetary Fund.

He added: "What we've got to do now, through the discussions we are having with the Labour Party, is find a way forward that allows us to find a deal that works for Britain, allows us to deliver Brexit, and allows us to protect the economy and British jobs".

Addressing British lawmakers in parliament Thursday, Prime Minister Theresa May renewed calls for compromise.

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