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Some British ministers tell May: delay Brexit if no deal or face rebellion: The Sun

Reuters Thursday, 21 February 2019
Some senior British ministers have warned Prime Minister Theresa May she must agree to delay Brexit if there is no European Union divorce deal or face a rebellion in parliament next week, The Sun newspaper reported.
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