After surviving a no-confidence vote on January 16, British Prime Minister Theresa May has reached across party lines in an effort to redefine the UK’s negotiating position with the EU, but it is not clear that Britain is ready to move forward with a revised scheme to manage the withdrawal as the UK government only has 71 days and 46 parliamentary sessions left before the March 29 Brexit deadline.
May began her consultations with party leaders shortly after the no-confidence vote. According t...
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