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Britain's May Proposes 'New Deal' For Brexit In 4th Attempt To Unify Divided Parliament

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Britain's May Proposes 'New Deal' For Brexit In 4th Attempt To Unify Divided Parliament

Britain's May Proposes 'New Deal' For Brexit In 4th Attempt To Unify Divided Parliament

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Prime Minister Theresa May will propose a 'new deal' for Britain's departure from the European Union, marking her fourth attempt to break an impasse over Brexit that has plunged the UK into crisis.

May is reportedly mounting a last bid effort to unify a deeply divided parliament’s backing for a divorce deal, to leave office with some kind of legacy.

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