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UK Lawmakers May Further Delay Brexit

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UK Lawmakers May Further Delay Brexit

UK Lawmakers May Further Delay Brexit

According to Reuters.com, "A group of British lawmakers published a piece of legislation on Tuesday which would force the government to seek a delay to Brexit, to prevent a no-deal exit on April 12..." Yvette Cooper, who has proposed the legislation alongside Conservative lawmaker Oliver Letwin, “We are now in a really dangerous situation with a serious and growing risk of No Deal in 10 days’ time.

The Prime Minister has a responsibility to prevent that happening ...

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