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  1. Voting is about to begin in the Commons on the deal that her government negotiated with the EU. It is widely expected that the deal will be rejected by a historic margin.
  2. OLOLOLOL - just kidding! Theresa May has suffered an extraordinary three parliamentary defeats in a single day, as rebellious MPs at Westminster sought to wrest back control of Brexit. The start of a five-day debate on May’s deal was delayed by several hours, as MPs passed a historic motion finding the government in contempt of parliament for failing to publish in full the legal advice on Brexit.
  3. UK Prime Minister Theresa May will face a vote of confidence in her leadership later on Wednesday. May needs the votes of 158 MPs (out of 315 Conservative MPs) to remain as party leader
  4. Pelosi strikes deal with Dem rebels, paving the way for her speakership The California Democrat has agreed to limit her time as speaker to four years at most. May wins confidence vote of Conservative MPs after agreeing to not lead party into 2022 election British Prime Minister Theresa May has won a confidence vote of Conservative Party MPs by 200 votes to 117 votes. It's really quite a coincidence, don't you think?
  5. Theresa May has taken back control of crucial negotiations with Brussels from her new Brexit secretary just hours after the government published its white paper on withdrawing from the European Union. Theresa May has risked the fury of Brexiteer MPs by announcing plans to keep the UK under EU laws for a further 21 months.
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