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News24.com | MPs to vote on May's Brexit deal in second meaningful vote

News24 Tuesday, 12 March 2019
The last time the prime minister put her deal to parliament, it suffered a major defeat. Can she win this time around?
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MPs have rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal for the second time in three months - so why did they vote it down and what should we expect next?

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