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Theresa May To Head To Brussels To Try To Renegotiate Brexit Deal

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Britain's Parliament Finally Agrees On A Way Forward On Brexit

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British Parliament To Vote On Amendments To Brexit

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British Prime Minister Theresa May Is Again Trying To Forge A Consensus Over Brexit

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British Prime Minister Survives No Confidence Vote After Defeat Of Brexit Plan

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British Parliament To Vote On Theresa May's Brexit Deal

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U.K. Lawmakers Face One Of The Most Important Votes In Decades

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Prime Minister May's Brexit Speech Will Include A Warning About Parliament

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U.K. Lawmakers Set To Cast Vote On Brexit Deal

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No-Deal Brexit Threatens Trucking Shipments Across English Channel

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The journey up the west coast of Norway, from the city of Kristiansand in the south to the city of Trondheim, now takes about 21 hours and requires seven ferry crossings. The Norwegian Public Roads Administration plans a nearly $40 billion transport project that would cut travel time in half. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Norway Embarks On Its Most Ambitious Transport Project Yet

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Ireland's Momentous Change: Abortion Services Are No Longer Banned

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Anti-Brexit activists protest outside Parliament Dec. 11. Sam Mellish/In Pictures via Getty Images hide caption

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A 2nd Brexit Referendum Once Seemed Unthinkable. Now Support Is Growing

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