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    British lawmakers are holding non-binding votes on a range of Brexit options just two days after they supported an amendment giving them control of the parliamentary agenda.

    Earlier this month, the European Union agreed to extend Article 50, thus, delaying Brexit until 22 May, given that the House of Commons approves a divorce deal this week. If British lawmakers choose not to back the agreement, the deadline will be extended only until 12 April.

    READ MORE: 16 Versions of Brexit by British MPs: What You Need to Know About Parl't Vote

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