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UK to vote again on Brexit deal in desperate bid to break deadlock

UK prime minister has asked the House of Commons to vote on the Withdrawal Bill on the day the UK was scheduled to leave the EU.

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The UK House of Commons is being asked today to vote for a third time on the Withdrawal Agreement, excluding the Political Declaration, that Prime Minister Theresa May has approved with Brussels on the day when the UK was actually scheduled to leave the EU. 

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