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British Lawmakers Vote Against EU Deal, Throwing Brexit Into Chaos

Eurasia Review Wednesday, 16 January 2019
By Jamie Dettmer

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday suffered the biggest parliamentary reversal ever handed a sitting government, with lawmakers — including more than 100 rebels from her own ruling Conservative party — refusing to endorse a highly contentious Brexit deal.

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Theresa May&apos;s Brexit deal has been crushed by a record margin as British lawmakers rejected it by 432 votes to 202.

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