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UK Parliament Holds Government In Contempt Over Brexit Legal Advice

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UK Parliament Holds Government In Contempt Over Brexit Legal Advice

UK Parliament Holds Government In Contempt Over Brexit Legal Advice

According to CNN, the British House of Commons will vote on the whether to move forward with Brexit.

Now that the withdrawal agreement text has been prepared, five-days of debate over the UK's exit from the EU has begun in Parliament.

Negotiated by the government of Prime Minister Theresa May, the agreement has already been met with contention.

May's Conservative party has no majority in Parliament, leading to the loss of three votes by lawmakers, including one .

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