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UK Parliament to Vote On Three Proposed Changes to May's Next Steps on Brexit

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UK Parliament to Vote On Three Proposed Changes to May's Next Steps on Brexit

UK Parliament to Vote On Three Proposed Changes to May's Next Steps on Brexit

According to Reuters, Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow said that British lawmakers will on Monday have the opportunity to vote on up to three proposed changes to Prime Minister Theresa May’s next steps on Brexit.

Those include a proposal to change the rules of parliament on Wednesday in order to provide time for lawmakers to debate and vote on alternative ways forward on Brexit.

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