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Welsh Secretary's no-deal Brexit vote ludicrous says Tory MP

BBC News Thursday, 14 March 2019
Welsh Secretary's no-deal Brexit vote ludicrous says Tory MPTory MP Guto Bebb criticises party colleague Alun Cairns' vote to keep a no-deal Brexit on the table.
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News video: Brexit vote: UK parliament rejects 'no-deal' option

Brexit vote: UK parliament rejects 'no-deal' option 02:35

UK MPs vote against leaving the European Union without a withdrawal agreement, paving the way for likely Brexit delay.

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