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Brexit vote round two: How May lost… again

BBC News Wednesday, 13 March 2019
Brexit vote round two: How May lost… againTheresa May and Jeremy Corbyn react after MPs reject her Brexit plan for the second time.
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The rejection of Theresa May’s Brexit deal for a second time leaves the country in turmoil. Events over the next two days will have a major impact on how, when – and if – the UK leaves the European Union.

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