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Cabinet minister Chris Grayling to face parliament over claims he 'misled MPs about Brexit ferry deal'

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LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May returns to parliament on Thursday to seek renewed backing for her plan to renegotiate her Brexit deal with Brussels, just weeks before the March 29 leave date and amid warnings over the risk of a disorderly exit. FILE PHOTO - Olly Robbins, senior...

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