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May to face parliament with Brexit Deal

By Bloomberg
26 November 2018   |   11:26 am
The EU-27 took less than 40 minutes to approve Theresa May's Brexit agreement. The next step will be a vote in parliament. The prime minister says that a decisive vote on whether to accept or reject the deal will happen before Christmas.

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