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    European Council President Donald Tusk will hold talks on the Brexit deal with UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday.

    The UK Parliament was to vote on the Brexit deal on Tuesday, but following three days of debates May announced Monday that she was postponing the vote and pledged to discuss the concerns of lawmakers regarding Northern Ireland with her EU counterparts.

    The House of Commons vote, determining whether the terms for the UK's exit from the EU negotiated by May would be approved or rejected, was originally scheduled to take place on December 11.

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