1:35 p.m.

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says among his most significant mistakes failed to get involved in the Brexit referendum campaign and counter what he claims were that the spread.

Juncker states”it was a mistake not to intervene and not to interfere, because we would have been the only ones to destroy the lies that were circulated “

Juncker, whose term of office runs out at the end of October, said:”I had been wrong to be silent.”


9:55 a.m.

The government is still making a final push to perform an Brexit deal amid outrage from the Conservative Party at the prospect of compromise of Prime Minister Theresa May, with the opposition Labour Party.

Senior Labour and juvenile lawmakers are still going to see whether a compromise can be reached by them. Weeks of talks have not created a breakthrough.

Nearly three years after Britain voted to leave the EU, the date and terms of Brexit remain uncertain because lawmakers have repeatedly rejected the divorce deal of May with the bloc.

That’s led her to seek a treat Labour — into the fury of both Conservatives, that are demanding the resignation of May.

The mind of a potent Conservative committee is supposed to meet May Tuesday to deliver a demand for”clarity” on her departure date.