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MPs vote to delay Brexit beyond March 29

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MPs vote to delay Brexit beyond March 29

MPs vote to delay Brexit beyond March 29

MPs have voted to delay Brexit beyond the scheduled date of March 29 amid dramatic scenes in the House of Commons.

The vote came after Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement was rejected for the second time on Tuesday and MPs voted the following day to rule out a no-deal Brexit.

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