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UK Parliament votes to give itself more say on Brexit, prevent 'no deal'

January 09, 2019 at 4:05 PM
In back-to-back blows to British Prime Minister Theresa May's attempt to win approval for her Brexit plan, the United Kingdom Parliament voted on Wednesday to direct May to present a “Plan B” within three days if her deal is rejected next week. On Tuesday, the Parliament voted to restrict the government's spending powers in the event of a no-deal outcome. The votes, which included members of May's Conservative Party, showed that Parliament was reasserting its role in the Brexit process,...

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