In a statement to the House of Commons on Wednesday, Prime Minister Theresa May blamed MPs for rejecting her withdrawal deal with the European Union as she unveiled plans to request a three-month delay for Brexit.
Hardline Brexit supporters have accused May of a “lack of clarity” while the pro-EU opposition has criticised her for disrespecting the parliament, with Labour's Lisa Nandy accusing May of seeking to cling to her job by attempting to deflect blame for the latest Brexit fiasco by point...

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