Where Are We At With Brexit?

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Where Are We At With Brexit?

After a brief respite from Brexit chaos over the Easter recess, the UK is back to trying to get on with arguably the most drawn-out political divorce of all time.

PM Theresa May still has a deadlocked government after surviving multiple challenges to her leadership.

Lacking enough support from her own party, May is continuing talks with the Labour party, hoping to get more support for her deal.

As the UK is still a part of the EU, European Parliamentary Elections will take place between 23-26 May, with new parties forming to take their own chance at the 73 seats the UK holds.

With the three-year-anniversary of the referendum coming up in June, the UK public is not any nearer to knowing how this one ends.


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