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May begs Parliament to accept reworked Brexit deal

France 24 Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday implored British MPs to back her reworked EU divorce deal but saw pro-Brexit Conservatives and opposition parties savage her bid for a compromise to end months of political crisis.
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