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3rd LD Writethru: British lawmakers vote to reject 2nd gov't bid for snap election

WorldNews Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
3rd LD Writethru: British lawmakers vote to reject 2nd gov't bid for snap electionLONDON, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) -- British lawmakers on Monday night voted to reject Prime Minister Boris Johnson's second bid for a snap general election, dealing another heavy blow to his Brexit strategy. The legislators voted 293 to 46 to turn down the government's wish to hold a general election on Oct. 15. The next general election is scheduled for 2022. According to the outcome announced in the early hours of...
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News video: UK PM to make another bid for snap election

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After visiting Ireland, Britain's Prime Minister is expected back in London soon to push for an early election before parliament is suspended for the next five weeks.

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