London — Today in Brexit: another day brings another crunch vote for Theresa May. In her relatively short tenure as UK Prime Minister, Theresa May has faced her fair share of crucial votes in Parliament. Wednesday brings one more, as she fights the latest iteration of her long-running battle with pro-European rebels in her own party to keep control of the UK’s exit negotiations. May is facing a revolt over whether she should have the power to take the UK out of the EU without a deal, or if parliament should have a "meaningful vote" on the way forward in the event that talks break down. The matter will come to a crunch on Wednesday afternoon in London, with what looks likely to be a close vote in the UK house of commons. If May is defeated, parliament will effectively neutralise her threat to walk out of Brexit negotiations if the final accord isn’t good enough. This argument won the day in a vote in the house of lords on Monday, but Brexit backers in May’s party believe this would w...

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