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The PM could quit in MAY if it gets Eurosceptic Tories to vote for her deal

MailOnline Sunday, 20 January 2019
The PM could quit in MAY if it gets Eurosceptic Tories to vote for her dealTomorrow's move by the Prime Minister will set the stage for a new showdown in the Commons on January 29 when MPs will vote on a series of Brexit plans.
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