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UK's May seeks more time to find Brexit deal, tells lawmakers: Hold your nerve

Reuters Tuesday, 12 February 2019
UK's May seeks more time to find Brexit deal, tells lawmakers: Hold your nervePrime Minister Theresa May told lawmakers on Tuesday to hold their nerve over Brexit and give her more time to negotiate a deal acceptable to both the European Union and the British parliament.
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According to Reuters, Prime Minister Theresa May told lawmakers on Tuesday to hold their nerve over Brexit and give her more time to negotiate a deal acceptable to both the European Union and the British parliament. The United Kingdom is on course to leave the European Union on March 29 without a...

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