Prime Minister Theresa May has made a last-ditch appeal to British lawmakers to approve an agreement she negotiated to leave the European Union when it is put to a final vote in Parliament later today.
Not to back the deal for Brexit would amount to a "catastrophic and unforgivable breach of trust in our democracy", Mrs May warned, deploying dramatic language rarely used by British leaders.
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