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, European Union
, Theresa May
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(Worthy News) - European Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier said Tuesday that Britain is getting closer and closer to having its exit from the EU go forward with no deal in place on the terms of its withdrawal.
Speaking in Brussels, Barnier said there is still hope to avoid a so-called no-deal Brexit. But he indicated Britain has limited options, with the only "orderly manner" being a scenario where the British parliament accepts the deal Prime Minister Theresa May's negotiators agreed to after two years of talks with the EU.
To date, British lawmakers have rejected that agreement three times. May is expected to try to bring it back for a fourth vote. [ Source: VOA News (Read More...) ]
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