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UK lawmakers will 'very likely' have to ratify final Brexit deal: government lawyer

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's parliament will "very likely" have to ratify an eventual agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union when the country leaves the bloc, a British government lawyer said on Tuesday.
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