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Theresa May loses control of Parliament as MPs insist they'll decide what type of Brexit deal we want

Sutton Coldfield Observer Monday, 25 March 2019
Theresa May loses control of Parliament as MPs insist they'll decide what type of Brexit deal we wantWest Midlands Conservative MPs Caroline Spelman and Andrew Mitchell both voted against Prime Minister Theresa May.
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Future of British prime minister left hanging as MPs to vote on various Brexit proposals

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