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    The prime minister submitted documents for final approval to the UK Parliament on the UK divorce from the European Union on 26 November, saying that the Brexit deal will secure 'the broadest security partnership' in the history of the bloc.

    Theresa May appears before the House of Commons Liaison Committee in London to be questioned by senior MPs on the draft withdrawal agreement between the UK and the EU. 

    The House of Commons of the UK Parliament is set to hold a final vote on the Brexit deal with the European Union on 11 December after the EU's leaders approved the withdrawal agreement at a special summit on 2 December.

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