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Long delay to Brexit unless you back PM's deal: top May ally

Reuters Friday, 15 March 2019 ()
Prime Minister Theresa May's deputy warned lawmakers on Friday that unless they approved her Brexit divorce deal after two crushing defeats, Britain's exit from the European Union could face a long delay.
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According to CNN, UK lawmakers have voted in favor of delaying the Brexit process, acknowledging that more time is needed to break the deadlock over Britain's departure from the EU. But they overwhelmingly rejected a call for a second referendum. The motion, approved by 412 to 202, instructs Prime...

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