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May facing new move by MPs to block a no-deal Brexit

RTE.ie Wednesday, 13 February 2019
May facing new move by MPs to block a no-deal BrexitBritish Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a fresh attempt by a cross-party group of MPs to prevent a no-deal Brexit if she cannot reach an agreement with Brussels by mid-March.
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News video: Theresa May Accused Of Running Down The Clock

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Theresa May has written to Jeremy Corbyn dismissing his calls for a customs union but welcoming further talks. The letter comes as the prime minister accused of running down the clock in order to force MPs to back her Brexit deal. Brexit secretary Steve Barclay is heading to Strasbourg for talks over...

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