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MPs savage May's plans as Brexit descends into 'appalling shambles'

The Age Thursday, 14 February 2019
MPs savage May's plans as Brexit descends into 'appalling shambles'This was May’s tenth loss in the Commons. She lost by 258 to 303, deserted by both Brexit hardliners and pro-Remain MPs from her own Conservative party
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