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Brexit crisis after MPs vote against Theresa May's deal for the second time

Tamworth Herald Tuesday, 12 March 2019 ()
Brexit crisis after MPs vote against Theresa May's deal for the second timeBrexit is now likely to be delayed after MPs once again inflicted a humiliating defeat on the Prime Minister.
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News video: Theresa May's Brexit Deal Has Been Rejected Again. What Happens Now?

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Theresa May's Brexit deal has been defeated for a second time. The defeat means May will now hold a series of votes on leaving the EU without a deal, or delaying Brexit. Any delay would allow MPs to take control of Brexit. MPs are pushing for a softer Brexit or a second EU referendum. LONDON —...

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