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Brexit: May refuses to confirm she will hold second referendum – even if MPs take her up on chance to vote for one

Independent Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Theresa May has refused to commit to holding a fresh Brexit referendum even if MPs vote for it, as she made a last-gasp bid to rescue her deal.
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News video: Theresa May: MPs will get vote on whether to hold second referendum

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MPs will be given the opportunity to vote on whether to hold a second referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union, Theresa May has announced. The Prime Minister said the vote would be contained in the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, as she warned that a failure to reach an agreement on Brexit...

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