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UK Government Plans To Publish May's Withdrawal Agreement Bill In Coming Weeks

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UK Government Plans To Publish May's Withdrawal Agreement Bill In Coming Weeks

UK Government Plans To Publish May's Withdrawal Agreement Bill In Coming Weeks

According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, government whip Mark Spencer said that the British government plans to publish the legislation to enact Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal in the week beginning June 3rd.

May claims the legislation, titled the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, would be published Friday and voted on in the week of June 3rd, however she has faced calls to pull the bill and resign as it is expected to be voted down.

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