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Brexit vote latest: Commons defies Theresa May to demand she permanently rule out no-deal departure

Independent Wednesday, 13 March 2019
Theresa May has been told by the House of Commons to rule out a no-deal Brexit at any point, after MPs backed a plan to remove it as an option.
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According to Reuters, the House of Commons rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal for a second time. The first vote was held back in January, which was decided by a margin of 230-votes. The latest vote was held only 17 days before the UK is scheduled to depart the EU in a last-ditch effort...

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