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Theresa May asks EU chief Donald Tusk to delay Brexit till 30 June; promises to bring deal back in British parliament

Firstpost Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Britain has asked EU leaders to delay Brexit until 30 June, Prime Minister Theresa May told parliament on Wednesday, on eve of an EU summit in Brussels
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The EU is signaling support for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May as she tries one last effort to get her Brexit deal through Parliament.

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