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UK parliament will not vote on revised Brexit deal this week: PM May's office

Reuters Tuesday, 12 February 2019
UK parliament will not vote on revised Brexit deal this week: PM May's officeBritish Prime Minister Theresa May told her top team of ministers on Tuesday that parliament would not be asked to vote on a revised Brexit deal this week as she needed more time to negotiate with the European Union, her office said.
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