The former prime minister said no deal will inevitably lead to a "really hard border" on the island of Ireland and cause a huge split within the UK.
Despite a series of setbacks for those campaigning for another Brexit referendum, Mr Blair said still hoped one might happen when people saw the "true alternatives" the country faces.
As the clock ticks down to Britain's scheduled exit on March 29, May is trying to persuade the European Union to change a deal that was agreed between London and Brussels late a year ago but overwhelmingly rejected by parliament in January.
Mrs May described discussions with European Union leaders in Brussels as "robust but constructive" and insisted she was determined to "negotiate hard" over the coming days to secure legally-binding changes to the Agreement which will render it acceptable to Parliament.
The PM is facing another round of crunch Brexit votes in the Commons on Valentine's Day - with Remainer and Eurosceptic opponents again seeking to bind her hands.
We are abundantly clear: Labour has to stop abdicating its responsibility, admit that Brexit will wreck the economy and jobs across the country, and respect Scotland's interest.
January unemployment rate rises in Alberta
He credited recent job gains drawing people back in as for why the participation rate is running at its highest level since 2017. Elsewhere, though, including Quebec, Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Manitoba, jobs were added.
Ceferin plans FFP reforms after UEFA re-election
Ceferin said while he leads UEFA and Agnelli heads the influential European Club Association "there will be no Super League". UEFA member voters gave Greg Clarke a 37-18 win over David Martin, the Northern Ireland federation president.
Labour's Brexit policy chief Keir Starmer told the Sunday Times newspaper that his party would seek to use the debate in parliament this week to prevent May from waiting until the last minute to come back with a deal, and compel her to present a fresh accord for lawmakers to consider before February 26. And the truth is there are two.
"You can have the soft Brexit, which is really what Jeremy Corbyn is suggesting, or you could have the hard Brexit that Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and other people want".
He said: 'The argument just goes on, and by then you'll have left, you'll have paid your money up front, you'll have given up your negotiating leverage.
For New Zealand , Blair Tickner has been given his maiden national cap and he replaces rested Lockie Ferguson in the line-up. The biggest problem has been the lack of fight from the middle-order, especially skipper Harmanpreet Kaur's indifferent form.
The wedding party was an extravagant Marie Antoinette-themed splash at Versailles, and featured actors in 18th century clothing. Ghosn has said fellow executives opposed to forging closer ties between Nissan and Renault schemed against him.
I want to thank all the artists who made the first ever selection show a spectacular success and all the fans who got behind them. Speaking on Saturday night, Miller-Heidke said she was "so grateful and thrilled" to represent Australia at Eurovision.
Whitaker's testimony Friday was in limbo after the House Judiciary Committee approved a tentative subpoena to ensure he appeared. He added that he has not denied any funds to the special counsel's investigation.
Google has already patched the security issue and the patches were pushed to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) repository. So you won't be protected until your Android handset receives the 2019 February update.
Ocado packs and delivers more than 30,000 customer orders a week at the warehouse in Andover which is powered by robots. Although under control, it caused a collapsed roof and damaged all the robots and stock inside, firefighters said.
On Wednesday, Andrew Sietsema said he was pruning trees when he discovered apple-shaped ice hanging from the branches. Widespread freezing hit western MI this week leaving behind something pretty cool in area orchards.
Skybound said additional details including box contents and specific platform support will be unveiled in the coming months. Well this is a news article that we never saw coming. "We're thrilled to find ourselves working with such a talented group".
Punke stressed the benefits of facial-recognitions systems, like finding missing children and identifying suspects in crimes. In India, Duggal said, anybody can misuse this technology without fears of facing any adverse legal consequences.
Kangana Ranaut’s Manikarnika finds a fan in Anupam Kher
Basically, it wasn't my intention. "When Aamir called me for Dangal , Secret Superstar , I went all the way to Ambani's house. This womencentric film was also helmed by Kangana and the actress held her hopes high for this film.
Year-old with cancer sworn in as Freeport TX cop
Abigail said she wanted to become a police officer so she could fight the "bad guys": the cancer in her body. Her mother, Ilene Arias, told CNN: 'They basically said it's time to enjoy some life. "Extremely tough.
Rules to regulate Nord Stream 2 pipeline
Germany had counted on France, as well as Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, and the Netherlands to block it. He also noted that the vast majority of business representatives have voiced support for Nord Stream 2 .
Manafort meeting with Russian at heart of probe
District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson during the court session, which spanned more than four hours, including a lunch break. Manafort went out of his way in this instance ... to not want to provide any evidence that could be used with respect to Mr.
Wells Fargo customers face continued service glitches
The company has been suffering an outage since Thursday due to a power shutdown at a facility, according to the company. Wells Fargo stressed that the problems with its electronic services were not due to a cyberattack of any kind.