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Britain’s opposition Labour Party was to on Monday demand that parliament has the final say on the government’s Brexit deal, including an option to send ministers back to the negotiating table rather than leave without an exit agreement.

After reaching a deal last week on a transitional period lasting until the end of 2020, Prime Minister Theresa May’s team must now set about negotiating Britain’s long-term trading arrangements with the European Union — perhaps the hardest stage yet in the complicated divorce talks.

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