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May off to Strasbourg as Brexit vote looms

SBS Monday, 11 March 2019
British Prime Minister Theresa May has a possible deal on the table, sending her off to Strasbourg, as she scrambles to get a Brexit vote through parliament.
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UK MPs vote against leaving the European Union without a withdrawal agreement, paving the way for likely Brexit delay.

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