EU's Barnier says Britain won't get transition without Brexit deal
Tuesday, 12 March 2019 () Britain will not get a post-Brexit transition period unless the House of Commons ratifies the divorce package, the bloc's chief negotiator said on Tuesday as parliament in London seemed to be moving toward voting the deal down again.
In the latest in a marathon of votes this week, Britain's parliament has voted to seek a delay to Brexit. That doesn't mean it's all off -- Prime Minister Theresa May is still pushing her reviled deal, and will put it to a third vote in parliament. Lucy Fielder reports.
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London (AFP) March 13, 2019
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