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'Hold your nerve on Brexit,' Theresa May to tell British lawmakers

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'Hold your nerve on Brexit,' Theresa May to tell British lawmakersPrime Minister Theresa May will tell British lawmakers on Tuesday they must hold their nerve over Brexit to force the European Union to accept changes to the divorce deal that would pave the way for an orderly exit.
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According to Reuters, British Prime Minister Theresa May urged lawmakers to hold their nerve over Brexit to force the European Union to accept changes to the divorce deal that would pave the way for an orderly exit. In a statement to parliament to update lawmakers on her negotiations with the EU to...

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