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Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to take Britain out of the European Union easily cleared its first legislative hurdle Wednesday, paving the way for the government to launch divorce talks by the end of March.The bill could complete the legislative process by March 7 .May wants to begin exit negotiations with the EU by March 31, starting two years of talks that will define Britain's economic and political future and test the unity of the EU's 27 remaining members.Despite presiding over a Conservative Party divided over staying in the EU, May, who campaigned for a "Remain" vote, secured almost unanimous support from her lawmakers for the legislation.
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