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Theresa May Offers MPs A Vote On A Second Referendum In Bid To Break Brexit Deadlock

Theresa May Offers MPs A Vote On A Second Referendum In Bid To Break Brexit Deadlock

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Australia Brasil Canada España France Ελλάδα (Greece) India Italia 日本 (Japan) 한국 (Korea) Maghreb Québec (en français) United Kingdom United States POLITICS 21/05/2019 16:29 BST | Updated 21/05/2019 18:04 BST Theresa May Offers MPs A Vote On A Second Referendum In Bid To Break Brexit Deadlock The prime minister’s “one last chance”. By Arj Singh Rachel Wearmouth Theresa May has committed to giving MPs a say on a second Brexit referendum if they back her “new” make-or-break withdrawal deal next month.
The prime minister put the second referendum pledge at the heart of a ten-point “serious offer” designed to win MPs’ provisional backing for her Brexit deal.
She also offered parliament the right to vote on whether the UK should enter a temporary customs union with the EU after leaving – a compromise proposal already rejected by Labour – or stick to the government’s plan for customs.
And May will enshrine in law various promises already made to Tory Brexiteers and the DUP in an attempt to show the controversial Irish backstop will never be required.
May will be hoping, however, she has offered enough that MPs back her withdrawal agreement bill (WAB) at second reading – its first Commons stage – in June.
If it passes then, MPs will then get the chance to vote on a second referendum and customs arrangements, as well as amend the bill in others ways in future stages.
But her “one last chance” Brexit offer appeared to be dead on arrival as Remainers, Leavers, the DUP and former allies lined up to condemn her plan.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called it “largely a rehash” of what unfolded during the cross-party talks.
“We will of course look seriously at the details of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill when it is published,” he said. “But we won’t back a repackaged version of the same old deal – and it’s clear that this weak and disintegrating government is unable deliver on its own commitments.”
If the measures fail to win over enough support, the PM faces having to leave office without having delivered Brexit, the main goal of her blighted premiership.
In a speech in Charing Cross, central London, May said a failure to reach agreement on Brexit would lead to a “nightmare future of permanently polarised politics”.
And explaining her offer designed to win cross-party support, she added: “I have tried everything I possibly can to find a way through.
“It’s true that initially I wanted to achieve this on the back of Conservative and DUP votes.
“In our parliamentary system that is simply how you normally get things done.
“I sought the changes MPs demanded, I offered to give up the job I love earlier than I would like.
“And on March 29, the day we were meant to leave the EU, if just 30 MPs had voted differently we would have passed the withdrawal agreement and we would be leaving the EU.
“But it was not enough.”
. @theresamay is right – we need to get Brexit done. The delay and uncertainty is doing real damage to businesses and consumer confidence across the country.
— Rory Stewart (@RoryStewartUK) May 21, 2019 As part of her offer to win over as many Tory Brexiteers as possible, May said the WAB would put the government under a legal obligation to develop “alternative arrangements” to the backstop, which creates a customs union with the EU to maintain an invisible Irish border, by December 2020.
For the DUP, she committed to the UK mainland being aligned with Northern Ireland on EU rules so the province is not treated differently and split off.
For Labour she also promised a workers rights bill to ensure the UK never undercuts EU rules, and pledged to stay in line with Brussels on environmental protections.
And she also backed calls from Labour MPs Lisa Nandy and Gareth Snell for parliament to be given a greater role in negotiations on a long term trade deal with the EU, once the UK has left.
The PM said: “This is a huge opportunity for the United Kingdom.
“Out of the EU. Out of ever-closer union. Free to do things differently.
“And doing so in a way that protects jobs, protects our security, maintains a close relationship with our friends and works for the whole United Kingdom.
“It is practical. It is responsible. It is deliverable.
“And right now, it is slipping away from us.
“We risk losing a great opportunity.”
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The ‘Clotilda,’ the Last Known Slave Ship to Arrive in the U.S., Is Found

The ‘Clotilda,’ the Last Known Slave Ship to Arrive in the U.S., Is Found The discovery carries intense, personal meaning for an Alabama community of descendants of the ship’s survivors The descendants of Cudjo Lewis and Abache (above) heard stories of the ship that tore their ancestors from their homeland and now the wreck of the Clotilda has been confirmed to be found in Alabama’s Mobile River. ( Wikimedia Commons ) smithsonian.com May 22, 2019 5:35PM
One hundred and fifty-nine years ago, slave traders stole Lorna Gail Woods ’ great-great grandfather from what is now Benin in West Africa. Her ancestor, Charlie Lewis, was brutally ripped from his homeland, along with 109 other Africans, and brought to Alabama on the Clotilda , the last known slave ship to arrive in the United States. Today, researchers confirmed that the remains of that vessel, long rumored to exist but elusive for decades, have been found along the Mobile River, near 12 Mile Island and just north of the Mobile Bay delta.
“The excitement and joy is overwhelming,” says Woods, in a voice trembling with emotion. She is 70 years old now. But she’s been hearing stories about her family history and the ship that tore them from their homeland since she was a child in Africatown, a small community just north of Mobile founded by the Clotilda ’s survivors after the Civil War.
The authentication and confirmation of the Clotilda was led by the Alabama Historical Commission and SEARCH Inc., a group of maritime archaeologists and divers who specialize in historic shipwrecks. Last year, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture’s Slave Wrecks Project (SWP) joined the effort to help involve the community of Africatown in the preservation of the history, explains Smithsonian curator and SWP co-director Paul Gardullo .
Two years ago, Gardullo says talks began about mounting a search for the Clotilda based on conversations with the descendants of the founders of Africatown. Then last year, it seemed that Ben Raines , a reporter with AL.com had found the Clotilda , but that wreck turned out to be too large to be the missing ship. Gardullo says everyone involved got moving on several fronts to deal with a complicated archaeological search process to find the real Clotilda .
“This was a search not only for a ship. This was a search to find our history and this was a search for identity, and this was a search for justice,” Gardullo explains. “This is a way of restoring truth to a story that is too often papered over. Africatown is a community that is economically blighted and there are reasons for that. Justice can involve recognition. Justice can involve things like hard, truthful talk about repair and reconciliation.” A small community just north of Mobile, Alabama, is the home of the descendants of the enslaved that arrived in the United States aboard the illegal slave ship Clotilda ( Wikimedia Commons )
Even though the U.S. banned the importation of the enslaved from Africa in 1808, the high demand for slave labor from the booming cotton trade encouraged Alabama plantation owners like Timothy Meaher to risk illegal slave runs to Africa. Meaher took that risk on a bet that he could bring a shipload of Africans back across the ocean. His schooner sailed from Mobile to what was then the Kingdom of Dahomey under Captain William Foster. He bought Africans captured by warring tribes back to Alabama, skulking into Mobile Bay under the cover of night, then up the Mobile River. Some of the transported enslaved were divided between Foster and the Meahers, and others were sold. Foster then ordered the Clotilda taken upstream, burned and sunk to conceal the evidence of their illegal activity.
After being freed by Union soldiers in 1865, the Clotilda’s survivors sought to return to Africa, but they didn’t have enough money. They pooled wages they earned from selling vegetables and working in fields and mills to purchase land from the Meaher family. Calling their new settlement Africatown, they formed a society rooted in their beloved homeland, complete with a chief, a system of laws, churches and a school. Woods is among the descendants who still live there. Finally, she says, the stories of their ancestors were proved true and now have been vindicated.
“So many people along the way didn’t think that happened because we didn’t have proof. By this ship being found we have the proof that we need to say this is the ship that they were on and their spirits are in this ship,” Woods says proudly. “No matter what you take away from us now, this is proof for the people who lived and died and didn’t know it would ever be found.”
The museum’s founding director, Lonnie Bunch, says the discovery of The Clotilda tells a unique story about how pervasive the slave trade was even into the dawn of the Civil War.
“One of the things that’s so powerful about this is by showing that the slave trade went later than most people think, it talks about how central slavery was to America’s economic growth and also to America’s identity,” Bunch says. “For me, this is a positive because it puts a human face on one of the most important aspects of African American and American history. The fact that you have those descendants in that town who can tell stories and share memories – suddenly it is real.”
Curators and researchers have been in conversation with the descendants of the Clotilda survivors to make sure that the scientific authentication of the ship also involved community engagement.
Smithsonian curator Mary Elliott spent time in Africatown visiting with churches and young members of the community and says the legacy of slavery and racism has made a tangible footprint here in this place across a bridge from downtown Mobile. In a neighborhood called Lewis Quarters, Elliott says what used to be a spacious residential neighborhood near a creek is now comprised of a few isolated homes encroached upon by a highway and various industries . There are no photographs yet of the location of the ship. Conditions where it lies in eight to ten feet of water, says SWP diver Kamau Sadiki (above) are “treacherous with visibility almost zero.” (The Slave Wrecks Project)
“What’s powerful about Africatown is the history. What’s powerful about it is the culture. What’s powerful about it is the heritage stewardship, that so many people have held onto this history, and tried to maintain it within the landscape as best they could,” Elliott says. “But it also shows the legacies of slavery. You see environmental racism. You see where there’s blight and not necessarily because the residents didn’t care; but due to a lack of resources, which is often the case for historic black communities across the country. When people drive through that landscape, they should have a better sense of the power of place, how to read the land and connect to the history.”
But Elliott sees a beauty here as well, through the lens of the original Clotilda survivors.
“You can close your eyes and think of when these enslaved African men, women and children came into this site,” Elliott says of the men and women, who bought their land, but still had to survive in a segregated, racist environment. “It comes down to having a vision not just for that moment, but for generations to come. For them to create that community is very significant because there is empowerment, not just in having land but having that kinship network of community members connected by way of being on that ship.”
The significance of the find was also on the minds of SWP members involved in the search for the schooner, like diver Kamau Sadiki, an archaeology advocate and instructor with Diving with a Purpose .
There are no photographs of the site where the Clotilda was found or of the wreck itself. “[The ship] wasn’t very deep. Eight to ten feet at most,” Sadiki recalls. “But the conditions are sort of treacherous. Visibility was almost zero and there’s some current, but the most important thing is that you’re among wreckage that you cannot see. There’s a whole host of possibilities to being injured, from being impaled, to getting snagged and so forth.” A cast iron bust of Cudjo Lewis, one of the last survivors of the slave ship Clotilde, can be found in front of the historic Union Missionary Baptist Church in Africatown. (Graveyardwalker (Amy Walker) Wikimedia Commons )
Sadiki was also part of the dive team that worked the South African site of the slave ship São José Paquete de Africa , one of the first historically documented ships carrying enslaved Africans when it sank. Artifacts from the ship, including iron ballast, a wooden pulley and slave shackles, are on display at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Sadiki says touching that vessel made him “hear the screams and the horrors and the suffering” of those aboard. But working with the Africatown community and the Clotilda search was intimate for him on a different level.
“I knew what that ship represents, the story and the pain of the descendant community. I’ve heard the voices; I can look them in the eye and see the pain of the whole Africatown experience over the past hundred plus years,” Sadiki explains. “They have been very resilient. The Clotilda should be known by everyone who calls themselves an American because it is so pivotal to the American story.”
Bunch says this feels powerful and emotional to him in a similar way to when he was able to lay his hands upon the iron ballast from the São José​ , which brought him to tears.
“What’s different about this is that when we did the São José , a part of it is because there were human remains there, and that was really a way to honor those folks. With the Clotilda , we honor not the remains, but the survival of the people who created Africatown,” he says.
Gardullo adds that the story of the Clotilda has layers that are deeply rooted in the present as well as the past. The state of Alabama has been worried about the safety of the wreck of the ship, particularly amid the issues of race that have roiled the state and the nation in the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election, and Senator Doug Jones ’s election in 2017.
“There’s real concern about whether somebody is going to take action here in a negative way to go and do damage to this invaluable cultural resource,” Gardullo says, adding that history is never in the past. “This history of slavery is always with us. Even things that seem ancient and seem like they’re remnants of the past are continuing to shape our present and we have to deal with that in very practical ways and sometimes that involves real protection.” Last year, a wreck (above) found by a reporter was thought to be the Clotilda but it turned out to be too large to be the missing slave ship. (The Slave Wrecks Project)
Elliott says there are ongoing discussions about the kinds of programs and exhibitions that might occur, to commemorate and remember this American story. The question is what do those look like and how do they draw the larger community to a history that is local, national and global in scope. She explained that one possibility is a “big read” program, where community residents collectively read and reflect upon Zora Neale Hurston’s book Barracoon . The book is based on Hurston’s 1927 interviews with Cudjo Lewis, brother of Charlie Lewis and one of the last survivors of the Clotilda. In his own dialect, Cudjo Lewis tells the story of his capture, his journey to the U.S., and the beginning of Africatown.
We call our village Affican Town. We say dat ‘cause we want to go back in de Affica soil and we see we cain go. Derefo’ we makee de Affica where dey fetch us.
Plans are also in the works for a National Park Service Blueway here, rather like a water-based heritage trail. The Smithsonian’s Gardullo adds that the team is also considering just how to preserve the Clotilda , and where it could best be saved for the long term so that it can reach the most people. It also inspires bigger, more philosophical questions. Barracoon: The Story of the Last “Black Cargo” In 1927, Zora Neale Hurston went to Plateau, Alabama, just outside Mobile, to interview 86-year-old Cudjo Lewis. Of the millions of men, women and children transported from Africa to America as slaves, Cudjo was then the only person alive to tell the story of this integral part of the nation’s history. Hurston was there to record Cudjo’s firsthand account of the raid that led to his capture and bondage 50 years after the Atlantic slave trade was outlawed in the United States. Buy
“What can this actually teach us? What can this teach us about ourselves? How can the history of this ship drenched in oppression liberate us,” Gardullo wonders. “People from Africatown itself have to help us begin to think about what’s important here.”
Africatown native Anderson Flen hopes it brings his birthplace the attention it needs in terms of equity for a community he feels has been deliberately decimated. He says he doesn’t know if he is related directly to the Clotilda survivors, partly because of the way African-Americans who came from the motherland were split apart.
“There’s been a lack of thoroughness as it relates to African-American history because of what happened to them, and so our history is really one that is a mystery to many of us, and therefore there’s a void and pain,” Flen says, adding that he hopes this discovery brings enough attention to Africatown to change things for residents.
But Lorna Gail Woods says she is more than glad that the Clotilda has finally been found because it is a tribute to the strength of her ancestors.
“We should be proud of the land they almost starved to death trying to buy, probably so they could leave a legacy for us,” Wood says. “And now we’re able to tell their part of the story, and that’s the joy I get from knowing the Clotilda was not just a myth. It was a living thing that happened.” Like this article? SIGN UP for our newsletter About Allison Keyes
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Australia Brasil Canada España France Ελλάδα (Greece) India Italia 日本 (Japan) 한국 (Korea) Maghreb Québec (en français) United Kingdom United States POLITICS 22/05/2019 19:40 BST | Updated 13 hours ago Andrea Leadsom Resigns From Cabinet Over Theresa May’s Brexit Plan Leader of the House of Commons adds to PM’s woes. By Ned Simons Graeme Demianyk Andrea Leadsom has resigned from the cabinet in protest at Theresa May’s latest Brexit plan as the Prime Minister was fighting for her political life.
Leadsom, the leader of the House of Commons and a former Tory leadership candidate in 2016, said that she could “no longer believe that our approach will deliver on the referendum result” on another remarkable day for British politics.
In response, May said she was “sorry” to receive Leadsom’s resignation letter – but said she disagreed with the assessment she gave about the government’s approach now.
Earlier, May survived a growing coup to oust her from Downing Street amid Tory fury over plans for a second Brexit referendum vote.
In her resignation letter, Leadsom said she was “proud” to have served in May’s government since 2016, and had stayed in the cabinet to “shape and fight for Brexit” despite some “uncomfortable compromises along the way”.
Leadsom, one of a number of Brexit-supporting colleagues in the so-called Pizza Club, is likely to launch a leadership bid when finally May steps down.
PA Wire/PA Images Andrea Leadsom is one of a number of Brexit-supporting colleagues in the so-called Pizza Club, and is likely to launch a leadership bid.
Outlining four concerns, she said: “1. I do not believe that we will be a truly sovereign United Kingdom through the deal that is now proposed;
“2. I have always maintained that a second referendum would be dangerously divisive, and I do not support the government willingly facilitating such a concession. It would also risk undermining our Union which is something I passionately want to see strengthened;
“3. There has been such a breakdown of government processes that recent Brexit-related legislative proposals have not been properly scrutinised or approved by Cabinet members;
“4. The tolerance to those in Cabinet who have advocated policies contrary to the government’s position has led to a complete breakdown of collective responsibility.”
It is with great regret and a heavy heart that I have decided to resign from the Government. pic.twitter.com/f2SOXkaqmH
— Andrea Leadsom MP (@andrealeadsom) May 22, 2019 Explaining the timing of her decision to resign on the eve of polling day in the European elections, Leadsom said: “I considered carefully the timing of this decision, but I cannot fulfil my duty as Leader of the House tomorrow, to announce a Bill with new elements that I fundamentally oppose.
“I fully respect the integrity, resolution and determination that you have shown during your time as Prime Minister.
“No one has wanted you to succeed more than I have, but I do now urge you to make the right decisions in the interests of the country, this government and our party.”
The Prime Minister said: “I do not agree with you that the deal which we have negotiated with the European Union means that the United Kingdom will not become a sovereign country.
“If the deal is passed, the UK will leave the European Union. We will leave its Common Agricultural Policy and its Common Fisheries Policy.
“We will end the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice and make our own laws in Westminster and our devolved parliaments.
“We will stop sending vast annual sums of taxpayers’ money to the EU, and spend it on our priorities instead – such as our National Health Service and our children’s schools.”
Her resignation is the most public sign of deep unrest among politicians serving in May’s Cabinet.
On Wednesday, home secretary Sajid Javid, defence secretary Penny Mordaunt and Scottish secretary David Mundell all requested one-on-one meetings with May to demand she strip her proposed Brexit legislation of its controversial clauses on a referendum and UK-EU customs rules.
However, a defiant May turned down requests for meetings and was refusing to budge from a plan to try a fourth time to get her Brexit plans through parliament, which is likely to be early next month.
Under huge pressure, May agreed to meet Sir Graham Brady, the chairman of the 1922 Committee of Tory MPs, on Friday to discuss her future.
HuffPost UK has learned that if May refuses to budge next week, she faces a mass resignation of junior ministers next Monday, the day after the European elections results.
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