Brexit worries to keep Theresa May away from Davos

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The prime minister invited the leaders of the main opposition parties for immediate talks on how to resolve the Brexit impasse after her exit deal was rejected by a record 230 votes on Tuesday night.

"These discussions brought to the surface the complete misunderstanding in government circles about the time line to bring it about", Liberal Democrats leader Cable said as quoted by The Guardian newspaper.

LONDON-Prime Minister Theresa May will try on January 17, to break the impasse in Britain's political elite over how to leave the European Union by searching for an emergency exit deal, though there is so far little sign of compromise.

Mr Mundell told Good Morning Scotland the Prime Minister was willing to discuss "anything" in talks with other parties, but they would "not be a cover for trying to stop Brexit".

It is long overdue, but the Prime Minister must finally recognise that her deal, and now by extension, her government, can not command a majority in Parliament.

A poll conducted after the crushing defeat of Theresa May's Brexit plan showed a 12-point lead for remaining in the European Union, the largest margin since the referendum.

Mr Corbyn said his preferred option remained a general election "to break the deadlock and find a solution that works for the whole country".

"I don't want it anymore than you do but I am saying to you we have to face reality", he told a Leave Means Leave rally in London on Thursday night.

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Hyndburn's Graham Jones and his Blackburn Labour colleague believe a new public vote may be the only way to free the political logjam.

"When I've talked in the past about being anxious that they may force us into a second referendum".

Brexit architect Nigel Farage on Thursday predicted a possible rerun of the 2016 ballot in the near future, warning if that happens, "it's no more Mr".

"There has to be a discussion about the options that we put forward and we've put forward the three options that I've outlined".

And finally, no, the prime minister would not ask European leaders to delay Britain's departure beyond the March date - by extending or revoking the E.U. Article 50 - as the Scottish National Party has demanded as a condition of further talks.

He specifically mentioned maintaining a customs union with the EU that some businesses favour but May rejects because it limits Britain's ability to strike its own trade deals.

Philippe announced that 50 million euros would be invested in ports and airports in France which he said "are obviously the places most affected by the changes needed" in the event of Britain crashing out of the European Union without a deal.

The government survived with support from May's Conservative Party and its Northern Irish ally, the Democratic Unionist Party.

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