UK PM Theresa May says she will vote against a ‘no-deal’ Brexit

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March 13, 2019 6:24 PM

"I want to leave the European Union with a good deal, I believe we have a good deal," British Prime Minister Theresa May told parliament.

Theresa May, brexit vote, no deal brexit, european union, brexit deal, latest updates on brexitLawmakers will vote on a government motion later which states that parliament rejects leaving the EU without a deal on March 29, but notes that leaving without a deal remains the legal default unless a deal is agreed. (Reuters)
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday she wanted to leave the European Union with an agreement and she would be voting against a ‘no deal’ exit later in parliament. Lawmakers will vote on a government motion later which states that parliament rejects leaving the EU without a deal on March 29, but notes that leaving without a deal remains the legal default unless a deal is agreed.
“I want to leave the European Union with a good deal, I believe we have a good deal,” she told parliament. “I will be voting for the motion standing in my name.”

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