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Former Brexit minister says May should delay Brexit deal vote - the Telegraph

Reuters India Wednesday, 2 January 2019
Former Brexit minister David Davis said in an opinion essay published on Wednesday that UK Prime Minister Theresa May should delay the vote on her Brexit deal for leaving the European Union.
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