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Still A Chance Brexit Deal Can Be Approved By UK Parliament This Week

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Still A Chance Brexit Deal Can Be Approved By UK Parliament This Week

Still A Chance Brexit Deal Can Be Approved By UK Parliament This Week

According to Reuters, British junior Brexit minister Kwasi Kwarteng, said that he believed there was still a chance parliament would approve Prime Minister Theresa May’s European Union exit deal this week.

May has said that if parliament approves her Brexit deal before March 20, she will request a 3-month delay to Britain’s exit date.

On Monday Kwarteng told parliament, “I still think there is a chance that the deal can come back and go through the house."

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