Brexit vote spells political uncertainty and the probable end for Theresa May

LONDON - The British Parliament has rejected, for the third and final time, a deal fixing the terms of the country’s withdrawal from the European Union.

In an unusual Friday afternoon (March 29) parliamentary sitting, ironically held precisely on the day Britain was initially supposed to leave the EU, the deal which the British government negotiated on Brexit - as the process of the country’s separation from Europe is popularly known - was rejected by a vote of 344 to 286, a majority against the government of 58 MPs.

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