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Grimsby name-checked by Theresa May in letter requesting Brexit extension

Grimsby Telegraph Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Grimsby name-checked by Theresa May in letter requesting Brexit extensionTheresa May acknowledged the threats she made while in Grimsby had not convinced MPs to back her deal.
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News video: Theresa May confirms request for Brexit extension until June

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Theresa May has told MPs that she has requested a three-month delay to Brexit, postponing the UK's departure from the European Union from March 29 to June 30. The Prime Minister confirmed she sent a letter to European Council president Donald Tusk which stated she did not believe it was in either the...

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