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    British Prime Minister Theresa May answers questions from lawmakers in Parliament after deciding to start talks on Brexit with Jeremy Corbyn, head of the opposition Labour Party.

    In her speech, May noted that despite the negotiations with the opposition she didn't believe the Labour Party should be in government.

    Earlier this week, British MPs rejected all proposed alternatives to the government's Brexit plan during the second round of indicative voting. The UK has now been given until 12 April to offer an alternative solution or leave the European Union without a deal on that day.

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