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UK PM May told Brexiteers she'll quit if they vote for her deal: ITV

Reuters Monday, 25 March 2019
UK PM May told Brexiteers she'll quit if they vote for her deal: ITVBritish Prime Minister Theresa May told Brexit-supporting lawmakers on Sunday that she would quit if they voted for her twice-defeated European Union divorce deal, ITV news said.
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