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May raises the stakes before Brexit showdown as EU hatches plot

The UK Prime Minister has once again postponed a final vote on her Brexit deal.

Theresa May once again postponed a final vote on her Brexit divorce agreement, raising the stakes in a battle with members of her own cabinet who are fighting to avert a no-deal exit.

The prime minister set a new deadline of March 12 -- just 17 days before Brexit day -- for Parliament to vote on the accord she's still trying to renegotiate.

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