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Brussels — European Union leaders warned the British parliament not to wreck Theresa May's Brexit deal, saying a package agreed with the prime minister on Sunday was the best Britain will get.
"Those who think that, by rejecting the deal, they would get a better deal, will be disappointed," European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said after the 27 other EU leaders formally endorsed a treaty setting terms for British withdrawal in March and an outline of a future EU-UK trade pact.
Asked whether there was any chance Brussels would reopen the pact if an alliance of pro- and anti-Brexit forces votes it down in the House of Commons, Juncker simply stressed "this is the best deal possible" — although summit chair Donald Tusk sounded more guarded, saying he did not want to consider hypotheticals.
May used a post-summit news conference to make a sales pitch for her plan, telling television viewers at home that it was the "only possible deal", offering control of UK borders and bud...
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