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Brexit boost for May as rebel Rees-Mogg signals he could back her

WorldNews Monday, 18 March 2019
Brexit boost for May as rebel Rees-Mogg signals he could back herLONDON: One of the most influential Brexit-backing lawmakers in Prime Minister Theresa May’s party gave the strongest hint to date on Monday that rebels might back her departure deal, saying that a bad exit accord was better than staying in the European Union. May has warned lawmakers that unless they approve her Brexit divorce deal after two crushing defeats, Britain’s exit from the EU could face a long delay which many Brexiteers fear would mean Britain may never leave. After two-and-a-half years of tortuous negotiations with the EU, the final outcome remains uncertain — with options including a long delay, exiting with May’s deal, a disorderly exit without a deal or even another EU...
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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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