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Theresa May Might Cancel 3rd Brexit Vote

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Theresa May Might Cancel 3rd Brexit Vote

Theresa May Might Cancel 3rd Brexit Vote

Theresa May could pull a planned third vote on her Brexit deal because she is likely to lose it.

Downing Street could delay a third meaningful vote, which had been scheduled for Tuesday, until after a key summit of European Union leaders on Thursday.

The prime minister could then ask EU leaders for a long Article 50 extension and threaten Conservative MPs with a choice between a significant Brexit delay or backing her deal.

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