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Real Brexit talks will only start after June vote: EU Commission

The arms of the Winston Churchill statue in Parliament Square appear to reach out towards the Big Ben clock tower above the Houses of Parliament in central London, Britain April 18, 2017.

Theresa May has said a snap general election is necessary to prevent opposition parties at Westminster "frustrating" the Brexit process.

With Mrs May needing the support of 434 MPs - two thirds of all seats in the House of Commons - some 522 voted for the early election, with just 13 against. There were also a number of abstentions.

"Negotiations were to start in June regardless of the election".

Britain will also not have a say in the future location of London-based European Union agencies, he added, contradicting one United Kingdom official who said this week that the issue would be part of the Brexit negotiations.

He has since taken jobs as the editor of the London Evening Standard newspaper and for the fund manager BlackRock, among others, prompting calls for him to stand down as an MP, which he had resisted.

The election has already caused controversy, with the Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron refusing to say whether he believes gay sex is sinful.

Mrs May said that if she had not brought forward the date of the election, the Brexit negotiations would have been coming to a head just as the Government was preparing to go to the polls.

"That would be in nobody's interest", May said.

The First Minister accused the Prime Minister of trying to "crush" opposition to her Brexit plan.

In Bolton, Mrs May said the country now has a "unity of purpose" and a desire for the Government to "get on" with implementing Brexit and "making a success of it".

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I really hope that people can see through this.

SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood said the Prime Minister's decision reflects the disdain she holds for the north and attempts to restore power sharing government.

Mr Corbyn agreed on Wednesday to allow all sitting Labour MPs to fight the election in June without facing reselection by local activists.

Schinas also said two British-based EU institutions, the European Banking Authority and European Medicines Agency (EMA), "must be based in the territory of the European Union" once Brexit is complete. I want this country to be able to play the strongest hand possible in those negotiations and be in a position to get the best possible deal.

Now that lawmakers have approved the election, Parliament will be dissolved at midnight on May 2, 25 working days before election day.

But only you can give us the mandate.

He asked the prime minister what she would cut, and which subject teachers she would sack.

ITV has confirmed it will host a leaders' debate during the general election campaign, despite Theresa May's insistence that she will not take part. Give me the mandate to speak for Britain.

SNP leader and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon argued that TV debates should go ahead without Mrs May.

"The choice on 8 June is between strong and stable leadership in the national interest with Theresa May and the Conservatives - or weak and unstable coalition government led by Jeremy Corbyn".

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