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Despite Skepticism, PM May To Make 'New, Bold Offer' In Brexit Bill

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Despite Skepticism, PM May To Make 'New, Bold Offer' In Brexit Bill

Despite Skepticism, PM May To Make 'New, Bold Offer' In Brexit Bill

According to a report by Reuters, British Prime Minister said that she will present a 'new, bold offer' to lawmakers with 'an improved package of measures' in a final attempt to get the Brexit divorce deal through parliament before she leaves office.

In early June, May's Withdrawal Agreement Bill will appear before parliament after her previous three plans failed to find approval.

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Despite Skepticism, PM May To Make 'New, Bold Offer' In Brexit Bill

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