UK Lawmakers Reject Gov't Brexit Deal In A Landslide

Law360, London (January 15, 2019, 7:44 PM GMT) -- The U.K. Parliament overwhelmingly rejected the government’s draft agreement for leaving the European Union on Tuesday, pitching the Brexit process deeper into disarray and raising questions about whether the March 29 departure date can still be met.

U.K. lawmakers on Tuesday voted 432-202 against Prime Minister Theresa May's draft agreement for Brexit, adding further uncertainty around Britain's March 29 departure date from the EU. (AP) Lawmakers voted 432-202 against Prime Minister Theresa May’s draft plan, sweeping off the table a deal that would have provided a 21-month transition period in which the government could attempt to rearrange Britain’s regulatory architecture and negotiate...

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