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EU Refrendum

Ex-minister backs new Brexit vote as eurosceptics pressure May

British Prime Minister Theresa May drew fire from all sides Monday over her Brexit strategy as a former minister described it as a 'fudge' and called for a second EU referendum, and eurosceptics readied a parliamentary challenge. Former education secretary Justine Greening, who opposed Brexit, said May´s plan to follow European Union rules on trade in goods without being able to influence them was "the worst of both worlds". Noting the deep divisions in government and parliament on the way forward, Greening said the…