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Theresa May to resign as British prime minister: Timeline of Brexit and events that led to her demise

FOXNews.com Friday, 24 May 2019
A timeline of key events in how Brexit unfolded and how the political crisis led up to Theresa May's ouster as British prime minister: May 7, 2015: British voters elect a majority Conservative government.
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News video: May's Brexit gambit fails as her premiership fades

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British Prime Minister Theresa May's final Brexit gambit was in tatters on Wednesday - just hours after her offer of a vote on a second referendum and closer trading arrangements failed to win over either opposition lawmakers or many in her own party. Lauren Anthony reports.

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