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Revised Brexit vote may 'happen next week'

SBS Thursday, 21 February 2019
UK finance minister Philip Hammond says a vote on a revised Brexit deal could happen next week.
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According to Reuters, British lawmakers could be given a vote on a revised Brexit deal as soon as next week as negotiators in Brussels scramble to clinch last-minute changes to a divorce accord that would avoid a potentially disorderly exit from the European Union.

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