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'Brexit deal dead as dodo, Theresa May a humiliated PM': British newspapers rake issue as PM awaits no-confidence vote

Firstpost Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Theresa May was left "crushed" and "humiliated", Britain's newspapers said Wednesday as they raked over the fallout from parliament's huge rejection of her EU divorce deal.
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According to Reuters, the British Parliament voted down Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal. Although Prime Minister May's government has a week to prepare an amended withdrawal agreement, lawmakers have already called for a vote of no confidence against the government. The vote triggered...

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