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    May Shifts to Selling Brexit Deal at Home

    After securing EU approval of her country’s divorce deal with the soon-to-be 27-member bloc yesterday, British Prime Minister Theresa May will begin a two-week campaign to convince her own Parliament it’s a good plan. If lawmakers reject the hard-fought deal, she says, it will thrust the U.K. into “more division and uncertainty” — which is why new Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay is urging colleagues to fall in line. After the special summit in Brussels, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker called Sunday a “sad day.”

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