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Crashing Out Of EU May Cause 'Total Collapse' Of Theresa May's Government

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Crashing Out Of EU May Cause 'Total Collapse' Of Theresa May's Government

Crashing Out Of EU May Cause 'Total Collapse' Of Theresa May's Government

British newspaper The Sunday Times says Prime Minister Theresa May risks the “total collapse” of her government if she fails to get her battered Brexit deal through parliament.

According to Reuters, the commentary comes amid growing speculation that May might call an early election.

May has very little room to maneuver, now that the deal she made with EU leaders has been voted down by parliament three times already.

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