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Washington Post reported "Brexit: Parliament votes to delay, rejects a second referendum for now" on Thursday

[] Passions are high as hardline Brexiteers fear May’s strategy will either force them to accept a deal they don’t like or they will lose their beloved Brexit When you come to the end of a negotiation that’s when you really start to see the whites of people’s eyes, said Foster, and you get down to the point where you make a deal A delay request would need approval by the other 27 E.U. members.

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