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    WATCH Protesters Rally Against Delay of Brexit Process in London

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    People are demonstrating in the British capital in protest against the delay of the Brexit process, which was initially set to conclude on 29 March. The EU earlier granted London a delay, as Prime Minister Theresa May had failed to receive enough support for her Brexit deal proposals in Parliament.

    In the meantime, members of the House of Commons are set to discuss the Brexit plan and hold a vote on the withdrawal deal offered by the government after they rejected eight alternative Brexit options earlier this week.

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    Protesters rally against delay of the Brexit process in London, the United Kingdom on 29 March, 2019
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    Protesters rally against delay of the Brexit process in London, the United Kingdom on 29 March, 2019
    Protesters rally against delay of the Brexit process in London, the United Kingdom on 29 March, 2019
    © Sputnik / Demond Cureton
    Protesters rally against delay of the Brexit process in London, the United Kingdom on 29 March, 2019
    Protesters rally against delay of the Brexit process in London, the United Kingdom on 29 March, 2019
    © Sputnik / Demond Cureton
    Protesters rally against delay of the Brexit process in London, the United Kingdom on 29 March, 2019

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