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May Considers Letting Lawmakers Create Brexit Deal

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May Considers Letting Lawmakers Create Brexit Deal

May Considers Letting Lawmakers Create Brexit Deal

Reuters reports British Prime Minister Theresa May is considering introducing legislation that would allow lawmakers to create a Brexit deal among themselves, in case talks with the opposition Labour party fail.

The Guardian reported on Tuesday that the withdrawal agreement bill could be an attempt to avoid another ‘meaningful vote’ on May’s deal in parliament.

The withdrawal agreement bill could be used to ratify the Brexit deal.

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