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Theresa May Addresses Parliament On Brexit Deal – This is how it went

Theresa May Addresses Parliament On Brexit Deal
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Theresa May Addresses Parliament On Brexit Deal – this is how it went

MPS TO VOTE ON THE DEAL DECEMBER 11

The Prime Minister is not wasting time in wanting to convince MPs to support the deal.  But Mrs May is struggling to get the message across.

Rejecting the Brexit deal will be risky. It  will lead to “division and uncertainty”, Prime Minister Theresa May told MPs who oppose her plan.

Her Commons speech comes after the 27 other EU leaders approved the terms of the UK’s exit at a summit on Sunday.

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But cabinet ministers admit she faces an uphill struggle, with Labour, the Lib Dems, the SNP, the DUP and many Tory MPs set to vote against it.

Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party has said it will review its parliamentary pact with the Conservatives – which props up Mrs May’s government – if the deal is approved by MPs.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said his party will oppose the deal, calling it “the worst of all worlds”.

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