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UK lower house seen supporting move to trigger Brexit: study

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Pro-EU supporters and an anti-EU supporter outside the Supreme Court in London. While the government in theory needs 322 votes to be sure of passing a bill, any abstentions would bring that number down.

London

WHILE the British government tries to prevent Parliament voting on its plan to trigger the country's exit from the European Union (EU), Reuters research indicates the lower house would in fact support its move, based on lawmakers' recent statements.

Prime Minister Theresa

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