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        szdaily -> World -> 
        UK lawmakers crush May’s EU deal again
            2019-03-14  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

        BRITISH lawmakers crushed Prime Minister Theresa May’s European Union divorce deal Tuesday, thrusting Britain deeper into crisis and forcing parliament to decide within days whether to back a no-deal Brexit or seek a last-minute delay.

        Lawmakers voted against May’s amended Brexit deal by 391 to 242 as her last-minute talks with EU chiefs Monday to assuage her critics’ concerns ultimately proved fruitless.

        The vote puts the world’s fifth-largest economy in uncharted territory with no obvious way forward; exiting the EU without a deal, delaying the March 29 divorce date, a snap election or even another referendum are all now possible.

        May might even try a third time to get parliamentary support in the hope that hardline eurosceptic lawmakers in her Conservative Party, the most vocal critics of her withdrawal treaty, might change their minds if it becomes more likely that Britain might stay in the EU after all.

        While she lost, the margin of defeat was smaller than the record 230-vote loss her deal suffered in January.

        Lawmakers will vote the next day on whether Britain should quit the world’s biggest trading bloc without a deal, a scenario that business leaders warn would bring chaos to markets and supply chains, and other critics say could cause shortages of food and medicines.

        May said the government would not instruct her own party’s lawmakers how to vote, as would normally be the case.

        An opposition Labour Party spokesman said this meant she had “given up any pretence of leading the country.” May’s political spokesman said she had not discussed resigning.

        The prime minister, hoarse after Monday’s late-night talks, told lawmakers: “Let me be clear. Voting against leaving without a deal and for an extension does not solve the problems we face.” (SD-Agencies)

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