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May ‘profoundly regrets’ parliament voting down Brexit deal



Theresa May said she profoundly regretted parliament rejecting her Brexit deal for a second time on Tuesday, 17 days before the planned departure date. The deal was rejected despite late concessions from the EU27, losing by 391 votes to 242 – a majority of 149.
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May secures “legally binding” changes to Brexit deal



European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker confirmed on Monday that he has agreed to the “legally binding changes” in British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal regarding the Irish border backstop. On the eve of Tuesday’s vote with MP’s, May flew to the French city of Strasbourg, where EU legislators were meeting, for talks with Juncker.
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MPs reject May's Brexit deal for second time by majority of 149



Theresa May’s deal faced a fresh vote in parliament, where it was rejected by MPs for a second time despite late concessions from the EU27. The PM’s deal was defeated by 391 votes to 242 – a majority of 149. MPs voted after the attorney general, Geoffrey Cox, said the legal risk over the contested backstop ‘remained unchanged’.
MPs ignore May’s pleas and defeat her Brexit deal by 149 votes

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