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UK PM May's 'reckless' Brexit message angers the lawmakers she needs to win over

Reuters Thursday, 21 March 2019
If British Prime Minister Theresa May hoped a televised address late on Wednesday would help persuade wavering lawmakers to support her Brexit deal, it appears to have backfired, instead alienating the very people she needs to win over.
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According to Reuters, If British Prime Minister Theresa May hoped a televised address late on Wednesday would help persuade wavering lawmakers to support her Brexit deal, it appears to have backfired, instead alienating the very people she needs to win over. On Thursday, lawmakers lined up to attack...

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