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British lawmakers reject 'no deal' Brexit, take step closer to delaying departure

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 13 March 2019
British Prime Minister Theresa May was under renewed pressure to either resign or call a general election on Wednesday, as Parliament looked set to reject a “no deal” Brexit and take Britain a step closer to seeking a delay in its departure from the European Union.
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According to Reuters, European shares ticked up on Wednesday, shrugging off mounting concerns over world growth amid optimism that British lawmakers were set to rule out a no-deal Brexit - hopes that also helped the British pound rally by half a percentage point. Britain’s parliament is due to vote...

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