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Members Of Parliament Continue Brexit Deadlock

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Members Of Parliament Continue Brexit Deadlock

Members Of Parliament Continue Brexit Deadlock

According to Business Insider, Members of Parliament rejected the remaining Brexit alternatives through a series of votes.

On April 1st, the House of Commons held another round of indicative votes, but no Brexit alternative won a majority.

The failed votes now put the British government in a tough position with EU leadership.

The European Union granted the United Kingdom a short extension to finalize the terms of Brexit in the parliament, but those efforts failed.

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