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Boris Johnson failed to fast-track his Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB) through Parliament, in a major set back for the UK Prime Minister — meaning his dream of an October 31st Brexit now seems seriously unlikely. The Prime Minister did, however, claim a victory in principle — after the bill passed its “second reading” in the House of Commons. After three years of agonizing Brexit debates, it’s the first time lawmakers agreed on a way forward. Despite warnings from the government that no-deal preparations now must “accelerate,” the EU looks set to grant Britain another extension, after European Council President Donald…

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