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U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May faces a battle with pro-European lawmakers in her Conservative Party after they grudgingly backed her plan to trigger Brexit negotiations by the end of March in its first test in Parliament.

The House of Commons Wednesday approved by 498 votes to 114 allowing May to start divorce talks with the European Union. But with more parliamentary hurdles ahead, lawmakers warned their backing shouldn’t be mistaken for unconditional support to negotiate Brexit freely.

 

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