May's last attempt to save a Brexit deal

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British Prime Minister Theresa May said that the failure of the Brexit deal will have disastrous consequences for democracy.

May is trying to enlist the support of parliamentarians on the eve of the vote on the deal with Brussels.

Earlier, in December, she postponed the vote, fearing failure, and urged lawmakers not to betray those who supported the British withdrawal from the European Union in a referendum in June 2016.

The deal agreed by May is criticized by both opponents and Brexit supporters, so it is expected that parliamentarians will vote against the agreement with a large margin.

On Monday, January 14, the British Prime Minister will speak in parliament, focusing on the new assurances from the EU regarding the border with Ireland, the most controversial point of the Brexit deal.

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