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UK lawmakers vote against no-deal Brexit, now aim for delay to March 29 divorce date as chaos reigns

Firstpost Wednesday, 13 March 2019
In a tentative first step toward ending months of political deadlock, British lawmakers voted Wednesday to block the country from leaving the European Union without a divorce agreement, triggering an attempt to delay that departure, currently due to take place on March 29.
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The U.K.'s foreign minister told the BBC that Brexit could be lost entirely if lawmakers reject Prime Minister Theresa May's latest deal.

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