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Factbox: Brexit delayed - What happens next?

Reuters Monday, 15 April 2019
Britain's exit from the European Union was postponed by a late night agreement in Brussels last week that gave Prime Minister Theresa May until Oct 31 to persuade parliament to approve the terms of the country's departure.
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