Political turmoil in Britain after Theresa May's Brexit deal suffers another defeat
Wednesday, 13 March 2019 () The future of Brexit is unclear after Parliament rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's deal yesterday. Lawmakers are voting again today on whether to leave the European Union without a deal when the deadline arrives on March 29. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Mark Phillips joins CBSN from London to explain the latest developments.
Theresa May's Brexit deal has been defeated for a second time. The defeat means May will now hold a series of votes on leaving the EU without a deal, or delaying Brexit. Any delay would allow MPs to take control of Brexit. MPs are pushing for a softer Brexit or a second EU referendum. LONDON —...
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