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British Lawmakers Reject No-Deal Brexit In Any Circumstance

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British Lawmakers Reject No-Deal Brexit In Any Circumstance

British Lawmakers Reject No-Deal Brexit In Any Circumstance

According to Reuters, British lawmakers on Wednesday rejected leaving the European Union without a deal, paving the way for a vote to delay Brexit to seek a way out of Britain’s worst political crisis in generations.

Lawmakers voted by 312 to 308 in favor of a cross-party motion that ruled out a potentially disorderly ‘no-deal’ Brexit under any circumstances.

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