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UK must find new Brexit plan after May deal defeat: Conservative MP

Reuters Wednesday, 16 January 2019
UK must find new Brexit plan after May deal defeat: Conservative MPBritish Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal cannot be resuscitated after it suffered a devastating defeat in parliament and the government must find a new plan, a pro-Brexit lawmaker from May's Conservative Party said.
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Prime Minister Theresa May faced the prospect of a historic defeat in a vote on her Brexit deal in parliament on Tuesday, plunging plans for Britain’s biggest political and economic change for decades into deeper uncertainty. Barely two-and-a-half months before Britain is due to leave the European...

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