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Cheers erupt outside Parliament as Brexit delayed again

Seattle Times Saturday, 19 October 2019
LONDON (AP) — A sea of protesters was across the street from Parliament when word arrived that lawmakers in the House of Commons had forced another delay in Britain’s protracted Brexit battle. Parliament Square, awash in European Union flags, erupted in cheers. “Fantastic news,” said Paul Craddy, who had traveled from Bristol in western England […]
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The EU must approve any delay to the existing withdrawal date, now less than two weeks away.

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