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With EU divided, Britain won't need to 'exit'

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Original members of the EU, France, Germany and Italy are engaged in diplomatic sniping that will worsen ahead of the European Parliament elections
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News video: Britain and Brexit in chaos after vote fails

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Lawmakers have crushingly defeated Theresa May's Brexit deal for a second time, leaving Britain and its plans to leave the European Union in chaos. Lucy Fielder reports.

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