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May warns rebels of drawn-out Brexit if they vote against her, again

WorldNews Friday, 15 March 2019
May warns rebels of drawn-out Brexit if they vote against her, againLondon — UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s deputy warned law makers on Friday that unless they approve her Brexit divorce deal after two crushing defeats then Britain’s exit from...
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According to Reuters, Cracks appeared in the ranks of rebel Conservative lawmakers opposed to Prime Minister Theresa’s May’s Brexit plans on Monday but she had yet to win over enough hardliners to get her EU departure deal through parliament. One of the most influential Brexit-backing lawmakers...

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