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Andrea Leadsom Says UK Government Will Decide When To Vote On Brexit


According to Reuters, party leadership in the British parliament is digging in over a debate on Brexit. Andrea Leadsom, leader of the House of Commons, said that a final vote in the Parliament may be delayed. But the governing Conservative Party’s leader added that British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government will decide when to vote on the withdrawal agreement from the EU.

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