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UK Lawmakers Approve Theresa May's Plan To Seek A Delay To Brexit

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UK Lawmakers Approve Theresa May's Plan To Seek A Delay To Brexit

UK Lawmakers Approve Theresa May's Plan To Seek A Delay To Brexit

According to Reuters, MPs on Tuesday approved Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan to seek to delay Britain’s exit from the European Union to June 30 while she tries to reach a compromise with the opposition Labour Party to get her deal through parliament.

MPs voted by 420 to 110 in favour of the government’s motion.

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