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British Parliament Leader Wonders What Game EU Playing Over Brexit

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British Parliament Leader Wonders What Game EU Playing Over Brexit

British Parliament Leader Wonders What Game EU Playing Over Brexit

According to a report by Reuters, the leader of Britain's parliament Andrea Leadsom said that she was beginning to wonder what game the EU was playing over Brexit as relations between London and Brussels deteriorated ahead of a vote by lawmakers next week.

With less than three weeks remaining before the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, Prime Minister Theresa May has failed to secure changes to the divorce agreement she needs to gain the support of lawmakers who previously rejected it in January.

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