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Brexit: MPs to vote on delaying leaving the EU

BBC News Thursday, 14 March 2019 ()
Brexit: MPs to vote on delaying leaving the EUThe PM could also make a third attempt to get her deal through Parliament in the coming days.
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News video: MPs Make Decision To Delay Brexit

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MPs have voted by 412 to 202 to delay Brexit beyond March. The UK is scheduled to leave in just two weeks, but the decision by parliament means May will now request an Article 50 extension of at least three months. The prime minister could request a significantly longer delay to Brexit if MPs...

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