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Parliament Hands PM Theresa May Crushing Brexit Defeat

WorldNews Thursday, 14 February 2019
Parliament Hands PM Theresa May Crushing Brexit DefeatUK Prime Minister sustained a crushing defeat in Parliament Thursday as in a largely symbolic vote MPs undermined her pledge to European Union leaders she can get the unpopular divorce deal approved if they grant her concessions, Reuters reported. In a 303-258 vote, MPs defeated the government plan on the main motion seeking reaffirmation of support for Theresa May’s plan to seek changes in the withdrawal agreement, the report said. While the defeat does not force the government to reverse course, the result of the defeat will undermine EU leaders’ confidence May can win parliamentary support for a revised agreement, Reuters reported. Thursday’s action in negotiations seeking to leave the EU...
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According to CNN, British Prime Minister Theresa May was dealt another humiliating defeat Thursday as lawmakers voted against the latest incarnation of her Brexit plan. While the vote was merely symbolic, parliament's refusal to back her approach to negotiations on Britain's withdrawal from the...

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