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UK PM May Says Brexit Will Happen With A Deal Or Not At All

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Reuters reports United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain is down to two options regarding Brexit. The Observer newspaper quoted May as saying, “Because parliament has made clear it will stop the UK leaving without a deal, we now have a stark choice." May says there is now a choice between Britain leaving the European Union with a deal or not leaving the bloc at all. She added, "The longer this takes, the greater the risk of the UK never leaving at all.

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