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May to seek Brexit deal backing again next month

Brisbane Times Tuesday, 14 May 2019
The British prime minister's office says Theresa May will try again next month to secure Parliament's backing for a deal to leave the European Union.
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News video: Key Brexit legislation to return to Commons in early June

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Key legislation to ratify the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal in law will be brought before the Commons at the beginning of next month, Downing Street has announced.

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