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Around 40 Lawmakers Switch to Support PM May's Brexit Deal

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Around 40 Lawmakers Switch to Support PM May's Brexit Deal

Around 40 Lawmakers Switch to Support PM May's Brexit Deal

According to Reuters, around 40 lawmakers have switched to supporting British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit divorce deal but around 40 are still undecided.

Sam Coates, The Times’ deputy political editor said that “One ERG source says 40 have switched to back deal, 40 undecided but it’s for each individual to declare before we’re sure." To get her deal approved, May needs 75 lawmakers to come over - dozens of rebels in her Conservative Party.

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