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What next after Boris Johnson denied vote on Brexit deal?

Seattle Times Monday, 21 October 2019
LONDON (AP) — Britain’s long and winding path out of the European Union has taken another twist — into another potential dead end. The U.K. is due to leave the EU in 10 days, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been stymied twice in 48 hours in his attempt to get Parliament to approve his […]
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was prevented from holding another vote on his Brexit deal on Monday, giving his opponents more time to thwart his plans. David Doyle reports.

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