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UK PM May Scrambling For Votes
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May is talking to ministers and lawmakers ahead of a crucial vote in parliament on her Brexit deal on Dec.
11, her spokeswoman said.
Earlier a Times newspaper reporter said on Twitter that some senior ministers had been invited to see May, who is battling to win over a deeply skeptical parliament ahead of that vote, at 1330 GMT on Thursday.
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According to a report by Reuters, on Sunday, Britain's education minister said that European elections will be difficult for the nation's governing Conservatives after their party fell to fourth place..
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