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UK PM May's Party Offers New Compromise To Break Brexit Impasse

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UK PM May's Party Offers New Compromise To Break Brexit Impasse

UK PM May's Party Offers New Compromise To Break Brexit Impasse

Lawmakers in British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party on Tuesday proposed a last-minute compromise Brexit plan.

It seeks to draw a line under internal divisions that have so far prevented parliament approving an exit deal.

According to Reuters, May is under acute pressure to find a way out of Britain’s worst political crisis since World War Two.

Her proposed deal for leaving the European Union was overwhelmingly rejected by parliament earlier this month.

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