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UK MPs vote to delay departure from EU | Money Talks

British MPs have voted in favour of requesting an extension to the Brexit process. The UK is meant to leave on March the 29th but can't agree on how to do it. The vote means Prime Minister Theresa May will request a delay at an EU summit next week. Meanwhile US President Donald Trump has weighed in with his own views on the negotiations. Simon McGregor-Wood reports. For more on the Brexit vote, Rajneesh Narula joined us from London. He is a professor of International Business Regulation at the University of Reading's Henley Business School. #Brexit, #EU #Negotiations

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Money Talks: British PM Theresa May suffers Brexit defeat in parliament

Money Talks: British PM Theresa May suffers Brexit defeat in parliament

UK says talks with EU 'deadlocked' | Money Talks

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