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Brexit: Philip Hammond urges MPs to 'get together in a room' to solve crisis with May's deal heading for defeat

Independent Sunday, 24 March 2019
Philip Hammond has urged MPs of all parties to "get themselves together in a room" to find a solution to the Brexit crisis, admitting Theresa May's deal is all-but dead.
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MPs have dramatically seized control of the Brexit agenda from Theresa May - potentially paving the way for a "softer" deal that keeps the UK closer to Brussels. The Commons voted by 329 to 302 - a majority of 27 - for a cross-party amendment to enable MPs to stage a series of "indicative votes" on...

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