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Theresa May leaves room to hold second referendum in latest Brexit deal

Mid-Day Wednesday, 22 May 2019
*London:* UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday gave a chance to those in the Parliament asking for a second referendum on Brexit to have their way by introducing a new Brexit deal, even as she maintained her stand against the move.

"I've tried everything possible to find a way through," May said during a presser. The...
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News video: Theresa May dangles the carrot of a second referendum if MPs back her Brexit deal

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