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Theresa May's Brexit Deal Has Been Rejected Again. What Happens Now?

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Theresa May's Brexit Deal Has Been Rejected Again. What Happens Now?

Theresa May's Brexit Deal Has Been Rejected Again. What Happens Now?

Theresa May's Brexit deal has been defeated for a second time.

The defeat means May will now hold a series of votes on leaving the EU without a deal, or delaying Brexit.

Any delay would allow MPs to take control of Brexit.

MPs are pushing for a softer Brexit or a second EU referendum.

LONDON — Theresa May's Brexit deal suffered another landslide defeat on Tuesday after MPs voted to reject it by 391 votes to 242.

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