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Brexit deal can't be ratified as it is, UK minister says

Reuters Tuesday, 15 January 2019
Brexit deal can't be ratified as it is, UK minister saysBritish Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal cannot pass in its current form and must now be changed in order to be approved by UK lawmakers, health minister Matthew Hancock said after parliament rejected her plan.
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U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May needs to salvage her Brexit plans after Parliament rejected the withdrawal agreement May negotiated with the EU.

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