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The UK Parliament's votes on the Brexit deal — explained

Deutsche Welle Tuesday, 22 October 2019
In just three days, Prime Minister Boris Johnson hopes to rush his EU exit deal through the House of Commons. The process starts with two key votes, one on supporting the deal in principle, the other on his timetable.
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News video: UK Brexit Minister Barclay disappointed by no vote on deal

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British Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay expressed disappointment at a parliamentary committee on Monday following the lack of a parliament vote on a Brexit deal on Saturday. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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