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Voting against no-deal Brexit is not enough, UK has to agree to a deal: EU

Reuters Wednesday, 13 March 2019
It is not enough for the British parliament to vote against leaving the European Union without a deal, the European Commission said on Wednesday, noting that to prevent such an option, Britain had to actually accept some kind of a deal.
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