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It looks ever more unlikely that Theresa May’s embattled Brexit deal is going to make it through the House of Commons when MPs vote this week.
In a last ditch attempt to drum up support for the deal on her own benches, the PM gave a speech in which she said that, if her deal isn’t voted through, Brexit may be unlikely to happen.
PM - no deal is still a risk but she says her judgement is a bigger risk of ‘paralysis’ in parliament that might lead to no Brexit — Laura Kuenssberg (@Laura Kuenssberg)
May said that there may be a “paralysis” in parliament which could stop Brexit happening altogether.
Ok thanks I’ll take it https://t.co/ej3UIBoHD6 — Jane Merrick (@Jane Merrick)
@bbclaurak #nobrexit please — 12345678910 (@12345678910)
@bbclaurak And the down side? — Andy (@Andy)
@janemerrick23 @champodelux https://t.co/TrjSeTUEOR — paul roberts (@paul roberts)
@janemerrick23 https://t.co/ptlZ3niHwn — Mo' (@Mo')
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