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With 10 days to go, May seeks Brexit delay after vote stymied

SBS Tuesday, 19 March 2019
The UK parliament will not vote on PM Theresa May's Brexit deal this week as she writes to the European Council to ask for a delay of three months to two years.
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According to Reuters, an official at the Elysee office of French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday that any demands by Britain for a delay to Brexit need clear and strong justifications. The official added that the absence of a vote on the Brexit withdrawal agreement and the absence of any...

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