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What could happen next in the Brexit saga now MPs voted to extend Article 50?

euronews Thursday, 14 March 2019
MPs voted against Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal this week, as well as rejecting crashing out of the EU with no deal and for an extension to Article 50. But what does this mean now?
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Theresa May's Brexit deal has been defeated for a second time. The defeat means May will now hold a series of votes on leaving the EU without a deal, or delaying Brexit. Any delay would allow MPs to take control of Brexit. MPs are pushing for a softer Brexit or a second EU referendum. LONDON —...

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