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Theresa May’s 'new deal': PM offers vote on second Brexit referendum to break deadlock

SBS Tuesday, 21 May 2019
British MPs will get another chance to vote on whether to hold a second Brexit referendum, as Prime Minister Theresa May seeks to pass her divorce deal.
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News video: UK Government Wants To Settle The Issue Of A Second Brexit Vote

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According to Reuters, Theresa May’s political spokesman said on Tuesday that the British Prime Minister’s government wants to resolve swiftly the issues of whether to hold a second Brexit referendum and what type of post-Brexit customs relationship to have. The spokesman added that an exact...

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