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Theresa May’s offer of new ‘bold’ Brexit deal prompts scepticism

The EU withdrawal agreement to be re-introduced in parliament in the week beginning June 3 will include a ‘bold offer’, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday, but the announcement soon evoked scepticism, making it unlikely that it would be passed.

It would be May’s fourth attempt to seek its passage through parliament, after the agreement was voted down thrice in the House of Commons. Unless it was fundamentally changed, the opposition Labour said it is likely to be rejected again.

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