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UK parliament blocks May's Brexit deal for second time

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UK parliament blocks May's Brexit deal for second time

UK parliament blocks May's Brexit deal for second time

Latest defeat raises pressure on prime minister and increases prospect of Brexit delay, or second referendum.

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