Theresa May postpones vote on her Brexit deal UK Prime Minister Theresa May appoints new Brexit Secretary British PM Theresa May faces confidence vote after Brexit defeat U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May Prime Minister Theresa May is writing to the European Union to formally ask for Brexit to be postponed.At present, the UK is set to leave the EU with or without a deal in nine days.A cabinet source told the BBC Mrs. May plans to ask the EU to agree to postpone the UK’s departure until 30 June, but with an option of a longer delay as well.EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said the EU would not grant a delay without a “concrete plan” from the UK about what they would do with it.British MPs rejected the withdrawal deal May has negotiated with the EU for a second time last week by 149 votes. They also voted in favour of ruling out leaving the EU without a deal, and in favour of extending the Brexit process.The prime minister had hoped to have another try at getting MPs to back the deal this week – but Speaker John Bercow effectively torpedoed that with his surprise intervention on Monday.She still hopes to ultimately get it in front of MPs for a third go, but says even if that happens and they vote in favour of it, the UK will need a short extension to get the necessary legislation through Parliament.Related
In the Premier League, defending champions, Manchester City welcome Crystal Palace at the Etihad Stadium today. The game will be aired lie at SuperSport Select 2 at 4pm.Manchester City, led by Pep Guardiola, know that they cannot afford any more slip-ups as they attempt to close the 14-point deficit created by Liverpool and successfully defend their league title..Also to be broadcast today is the Serie A encounter between Napoli and Fiorentina at the Stadio San Paulo. The game is at 8:45pm and will be shown live on SuperSport Select 5.Sunday’s action will see Leicester City hopes to continue their improbable challenge for the Premier League title when they travel to face Burnley at the Turf Moor. The game begins at 3pm and will be live on SuperSport Select 2.The weekend’s coverage will be concluded with the game at the Camp Nou between the defending La Liga champions, Barcelona, and Granda at 9pm on Sunday on SuperSport Select 5.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram A series of top-flight games involving elite European teams across various football competitions will be aired live on GOtv during this weekend.The games, scheduled to hold from today and tomorrow, will be broadcast live on SuperSport Select 2 to GOtv Max and GOtv JOLLI subscribers, and on SuperSport Select 4 and SuperSport Select 5 exclusive to GOtv Max subscribers.A fascinating game lies in prospect when Real Madrid host Sevilla at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu in La Liga today at 4pm and will be aired live on SuperSport Select 4.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram NameNick Palousis, 28, entrepreneur and engineer.Your greatest achievements and how you reached them Learning to listen to my gut and follow what I felt was the right direction, irrespective of what others thought. This resulted in me getting involved in creating solutions to climate change and sustainability, and co-founding the Shaper Group, a group of companies that helps to transform businesses to be more profitable and sustainable. I was fortunate to win the 2006 Young South Australian of the Year, 2007 British Council Eureka Prize, and 2008 ADC Future Summit Leadership Award.Goal(s) for the future To become the Richard Branson of sustainable business.Best moment of your lifeThis moment, and every moment, of every day in my life!One word that describes you the bestFearless.People you most admire and whyMy mum and dad, and business partner, Dan Atkins – he’s given up the easy life to change the world for the better.If I could say anything to the Greek community… We have a culture of living and history that’s worth sharing, but other ethnicities also have a culture of history and learning that’s worth listening to.Most embarrassing moment Realising just how afraid I was of taking risks in life, and recognising that in reality ‘safe is risky’.Favourite place to go or hang out atBesides the gym, the Barossa Valley in South Australia which has awesome winSong that I can’t get out of my headClocks-Cold Play.Favourite Greek foodAll of it! If I had to pick one, Fakes (Lentil Soup).I can’t live without… Challenge and uncertainty; it’s too much fun!If I was Kevin Rudd for a day I would… Take more risks. People may not respect him for it right now (and he may risk losing a future election), but in 20 years time he’ll go down as the person that wasn’t afraid to make the tough decisions for the good of future generations.