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MPs reject bid to block no-deal Brexit

Belfast Telegraph Wednesday, 12 June 2019
MPs have rejected a motion to give them control of the Commons agenda on June 25, as part of efforts to block a no-deal Brexit, by 309 votes to 298 - majority 11.
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