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Westminster prepares for no-deal Brexit vote

RTE.ie Wednesday, 13 March 2019
MPs are set to vote on whether to block a no-deal Brexit after British PM Theresa May suffered a humiliating defeat last night as her EU Withdrawal Agreement was rejected by a huge majority for the second time.
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News video: Brexit protesters congregate outside UK parliament as May deal rejected

Brexit protesters congregate outside UK parliament as May deal rejected 02:56

Pro-EU and anti-EU protesters congregate outside the UK parliament with flags, banners and placards Tuesday shortly before PM Theresa May's Brexit vote is defeated. The crowds gathered across the road from Westminster as debate raged inside the House of Commons on whether to accept Theresa May’s...

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