London, Apr 4 (AP/UNB) — Meetings are planned Thursday between the British government and the opposition Labour Party in an urgent search for a compromise Brexit solution.
The upper House of Lords is also set to consider legislation that would force Prime Minister Theresa May to seek a Brexit delay from the European Union. The bill is aimed at preventing a no-deal Brexit on April 12.
British police are warning politicians to tone down their Brexit rhetoric amid concerns about the volatile public mood as the future of Brexit is debated.
British officials hope to agree on a Brexit plan that can be presented to EU officials ahead of an April 10 summit that will determine if the scheduled exit date can be delayed.
Business leaders warn that a "no-deal" Brexit would badly hurt commerce.