UK: Theresa May to bring Brexit deal back to lawmakers in June
15 May 2019 | 1:37 pm
Prime Minister Theresa May intends to introduce a bill implementing the Brexit deal in early June. She's hoping to reach a compromise with Labour to overcome a deadlock in Parliament.
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