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UK PM May Presses On With Brexit Vote As Lawmakers Demand Better Deal

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UK PM May Presses On With Brexit Vote As Lawmakers Demand Better Deal

UK PM May Presses On With Brexit Vote As Lawmakers Demand Better Deal

According to Reuters, Theresa May's Brexit minister said that May will push ahead with a crucial vote on her European Union exit deal.

The push comes as senior lawmakers in her own party have piled pressure on the British prime minister to go back to Brussels and seek a better offer.

May’s deal, which would see Britain keep close economic ties with the EU, looks set to be rejected by parliament on Tuesday.

The Sunday Times reported May was expected to say on Monday that she was delaying the vote to make a last-minute dash to Brussels to appeal to the EU to improve the deal.

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