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UK speaker rules against government trying to get another vote on Brexit deal

Reuters Monday, 21 October 2019
Britain's parliamentary speaker John Bercow told the government on Monday it could not again try to get a vote on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal because it was posing the same question to parliament twice.
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