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MPs fail to break deadlock
In the second round of 'indicative' votes on four versions of a soft Brexit or a second referendum, the proposal tabled by veteran pro-European Conservative Ken Clarke for a permanent customs union came closest, falling by 273 to 276 votes. A plan for a second referendum was also narrowly defeated by 280 to 292.
Steve thinks, any deal will do.
"The only option is to find a way through for the UK to leave with a deal. If the House can agree a deal this week it could still be possible to avoid holding European elections," he added.

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by Cat on Tue Apr 2nd, 2019 at 12:15:24 AM EST
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