U.K. lawmakers approve Brexit delay before deadline to leave European Union
Friday, 15 March 2019 () British lawmakers voted to delay Brexit, just 15 days before the country is scheduled to leave the European Union. Parliament voted by 412-202 in favor of seeking to postpone Briatin's departure for at least three months beyond the current March 29 deadline. BBC News' Laura Kuenssberg reports.
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