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UK Parliament Rules Out A No-Deal Brexit

Newsy Wednesday, 13 March 2019 ()
UK Parliament Rules Out A No-Deal BrexitWatch VideoThe U.K.'s Parliament has ruled out a no-deal Brexit.

This vote was the deciding factor in whether Brexit will take place without a withdrawal agreement. Officials worried leaving the European Union without a transition plan could have caused chaos in both the U.K. and the EU. So, what happens now?

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News video: Now UK Parliament To Take Key Brexit Decisions

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It is up to the British parliament to take important decisions this week on the terms of Britain’s upcoming exit from the European Union, the EU executive said on Monday after talks with London over the weekend brought no breakthrough. European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas told a regular...

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