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UK Parliament Prepares To Debate Brexit Plan B

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UK Parliament Prepares To Debate Brexit Plan B

UK Parliament Prepares To Debate Brexit Plan B

According to Reuters, British lawmakers will debate and vote on the prime minister's response to a rejected withdrawal agreement for the EU.

With two months before their scheduled departure from the European Union, the United Kingdom is still divided over the agreed terms in Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal.

The first vote was held two weeks ago, when lawmakers rejected the Brexit text by a margin of 432-to-202.

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