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Theresa May Offers To Step Aside In Order To Help Move Brexit Deal Forward.

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Theresa May Offers To Step Aside In Order To Help Move Brexit Deal Forward.

Theresa May Offers To Step Aside In Order To Help Move Brexit Deal Forward.

British Prime Minister Theresa May offered on Wednesday to quit to get her European Union divorce deal through parliament, but the Northern Irish party crucial to getting the vote through were unmoved and said they would reject it again.

The move by the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), which could have convinced many rebels in May’s own Conservative party to back her, made it highly unlikely that she could get her deal through at the third attempt.

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