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UK MPs vote overwhelmingly in favour of March vote on extension of Article 50

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UK MPs vote overwhelmingly in favour of March vote on extension of Article 50

UK MPs vote overwhelmingly in favour of March vote on extension of Article 50

British MPs voted on a series of Brexit amendments on Wednesday evening, but what were the results?

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