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Theresa May to delay Brexit vote and emulate Thatcher with 'handbag' moment to demand better deal

MailOnline Sunday, 9 December 2018
Theresa May to delay Brexit vote and emulate Thatcher with 'handbag' moment to demand better dealTheresa May is reportedly seeking a better deal in Brussels after a bruising week for the PM. Sources have advised her she needs a Margaret Thatcher moment and to renegotiate with the EU.
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