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Big Parliamentary Votes On Brexit Happened This Week

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Big Parliamentary Votes On Brexit Happened This Week

Big Parliamentary Votes On Brexit Happened This Week

According to Reuters, a few monumental votes for Brexit took place in the British parliament this week.

Lawmakers in the UK rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal for a second time, which prompted additional votes on what steps to take next.

Members of Parliament also voted to avoid a no-deal scenario, which led them to discuss delaying the UK's departure from the EU.

If a Brexit deal is not accepted by March 20th, lawmakers voted to delay their departure until June 30th.

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