U.K. Cabinet Sees No Need for Parliament Vote on Brexit TriggerBy and
May and her ministers agree to ‘push ahead to Article 50’
Cabinet meeting emphasizes immigration controls over trade
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet concluded there’s no need to hold a parliamentary vote before beginning the formal process for pulling Britain out of the European Union, with ministers saying they want to “push ahead” with Brexit.
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