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Britain's May seeks third Brexit vote Friday

WorldNews Thursday, 28 March 2019
Britain's May seeks third Brexit vote FridayLondon: The British government said it intended to bring back Prime Minister Theresa May´s Brexit deal for a third vote in parliament on Friday to avoid a chaotic no-deal divorce from the EU. May´s throw of the dice comes a day after her dramatic pledge to resign in order to persuade her rivals to finally back her vision for breaking Britain´s 46-year bond with the European project. The government´s back is against the wall as it tries to avert potential economic disaster and financial panic in the coming weeks. The House of Commons leader Andrea Leadsom said the government was trying to secure permission for a third vote from parliament speaker John Bercow. He...
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The government will ask MPs to approve only part of the deal that Prime Minister Theresa May negotiated with the EU.

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