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UK lawmakers reject PM May’s Brexit deal in Parliament

London | British lawmakers on Friday rejected the Brexit deal proposed by Prime Minister Theresa May in Parliament for the third time.

MPs voted in the House of Commons against the terms of Britain’s so-called divorce from the European Union (EU) by 344 to 286.

May on Wednesday bowed to mounting pressure from within her own Conservative Party and offered to resign as the UK Prime Minister if her MPs agreed to back her twice-defeated Brexit divorce bill to get it over the line in a third parliamentary vote.

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