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UK lawmakers to vote on latest bid to try to prevent a no-deal Brexit

Reuters Thursday, 18 July 2019
British lawmakers will vote on Thursday on a measure aimed at making it harder for the next prime minister to try to force through a no-deal Brexit by suspending parliament.
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