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UK parliament rejects May's EU deal again

SBS Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Pro-Brexit Tory faction the European Research Group and the DUP say they will not back the prime minister's Brexit deal as the AG's said there were risks.
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According to Reuters, Britain’s parliament rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal for a second time. The latest vote was held only 17 days before the United Kingdom is scheduled to depart the European Union. This time, the House of Commons voted 391-to-242 against Prime Minister May's...

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