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Brexit: Theresa May plans 'bold offer' to get support for deal

BBC News Sunday, 19 May 2019
Brexit: Theresa May plans 'bold offer' to get support for dealExtra protections for workers are expected to be among the proposals to be offered by Theresa May.
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According to CNN, British Prime Minister Theresa May pledged to give parliament a second referendum vote, if they support her Brexit deal. The offer has been seen as a last-ditch effort for PM May to finalize the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union. But it is among a growing number of...

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