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Theresa May Focuses On Ratifying Brexit Deal To Leave On May 22

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Theresa May Focuses On Ratifying Brexit Deal To Leave On May 22

Theresa May Focuses On Ratifying Brexit Deal To Leave On May 22

According to Reuters, a spokesman for Theresa May said on Wednesday that the Prime Minister is focused on ratifying a Brexit deal before May 22 so that Britain can leave on that day.

May is holding talks with opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and others to try to find consensus over Britain’s future relationship with the European Union to win support for her divorce deal, which has been rejected by parliament three times.

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