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May’s final effort to win backing falls flat as MPs reject ‘new' Brexit deal

The News Articles Tuesday, 21 May 2019
May’s final effort to win backing falls flat as MPs reject ‘new' Brexit dealTheresa Might’s ultimate try to patch in combination a parliamentary majority for Brexit seems to have backfired after her 10-point “new deal” used to be rejected by way of MPs from around the political spectrum. In a speech on the headquarters of consultancy PricewaterhouseCoopers in London on Tuesday, the top minister laid out a chain …
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Reuters reports Prime Minister Theresa May announced that she's thought up a “new deal” on Tuesday for Britain's now-delayed exit from the European Union. Nearly two months after the scheduled departure date, May is once again attempting to reconcile the intensely divided parliament before she...

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