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The Sun reported "What last night's Brexit votes mean for Theresa May, Brexit and a second referendum" on Friday

[] But even if Labour had decided to back it, then it still wouldn't have passed, meaning it's unlikely to ever get through the Commons at the current time PA:Press Association 6 The PM is probably going to stay in Downing Street for the meantime - until this is all sorted out Reuters 6 Campaigners who want a second referendum are going to be disappointed for now MPS voted last night to delay Brexit until at least June – killing off our March 29 exit date and pushing it back for months. The House of Commons opted to tell Theresa May she should delay A…

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