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UK PM May: Brexit could be lost if exit deal voted down

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UK PM May: Brexit could be lost if exit deal voted down

UK PM May: Brexit could be lost if exit deal voted down

Prime Minister Theresa May battled to win support for her plans for an orderly Brexit on Tuesday (March 12), urging sceptical Conservative Party members to vote for her deal or risk not leaving the European Union at all.

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UK PM May: Brexit could be lost if exit deal voted down

ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION British Prime Minister Theresa May said that Brexit could be lost if lawmakers reject the exit deal she has negotiated with the European Union at a vote in parliament later on Tuesday (March 12).

She told parliament, "The danger for those of us who want to deliver, to have faith in the British public and deliver on their vote for Brexit, is that if this vote is not passed tonight, if this deal is not passed, then Brexit could be lost." The vote on May's deal is schedule for 1900GMT.



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