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A bad start May in the debates-five-day

LONDON – British prime minister Theresa May is the five-day debates about its brexit-deal, not the best started. They lost Tuesday in the house of Commons a vote which the parliament may have more to say about the brexit, should the agreement that they have with the EU concluded be rejected.

Premier Theresa Tuesday, during a debate in the British house of Commons.

The amendment was a proposal from one of May’s own Conservative party members. The proposal received 321 votes behind at 299.

The British parliament talk for five days about the controversial conceptafspraken that May has made with the EU about the departure of Britain from the EU. The discussions leading up to the vote on december 11.

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May is against leaving the EU, but was nevertheless a departure negotiations when the British in a referendum critical statements about the membership.

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