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MPs seek to save Brexit deal ahead of vote

SBS Monday, 28 January 2019
Britain's Theresa May is under new pressure to secure concessions from the EU on the Brexit deal and the Irish backstop ahead of a crucial parliamentary vote.
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A look at how MPs voted on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement in Parliament, ahead of a second vote taking place on January 29, where MPs will have the chance to vote on amendments for the deal.

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