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UK Lawmakers Look To Pass Law To Force PM May To Seek Brexit Delay

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UK Lawmakers Look To Pass Law To Force PM May To Seek Brexit Delay

UK Lawmakers Look To Pass Law To Force PM May To Seek Brexit Delay

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, a group of British lawmakers said that they would try to pass a law which would force Prime Minister Theresa May to seek a delay to Britain's departure from the European Union and prevent a chaotic no-deal exit.

On Monday, parliament reportedly failed to find a majority for any alternative to May's now thrice-defeated deal.

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