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Members Of Parliament Take Control Of Brexit

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Members Of Parliament Take Control Of Brexit

Members Of Parliament Take Control Of Brexit

According to Business Insider, British Prime Minister Theresa May suffered another defeat in Parliament.

After Prime Minister may negotiated an extension for Brexit with EU leaders last week, Members of Parliament held a vote to take control over the withdrawal process.

The House of Commons chose to hold a series of indicative votes to determine alternative plans for departing the European Union.

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