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May should not resign over Brexit: pensions minister

Reuters Monday, 25 March 2019
British Prime Minister Theresa May should not resign in the face of intensified criticism from her own Conservative Party over her handling of Brexit, work and pensions minister Amber Rudd said on Monday.
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