May Vows She Won’t Try to Keep Britain in EU by ‘Back Door’

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U.K. Sees No Need for Parliament Vote on Article 50

Prime Minister Theresa May vowed she won’t try to keep Britain in the European Union against the wishes of the electorate as her government resumed work on Brexit after a summer break.

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