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Brexit: May not ruling out second MPs' vote on deal

Theresa May has refused to rule out another Commons vote on her Brexit deal if MPs reject it the first time.The PM said she thought she could win the vote on 11 December despite dozens of Tory MPs being against the deal.In an interview with the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg, she urged MPs to "deliver on the vote of the referendum".EU Council President Donald Tusk warned if MPs rejected the deal, the UK would face a choice between leaving without a deal or not leaving at all. Under Commons rules, the prime minister is not meant to ask MPs the same question twice - she would have to change the contents of her deal.Alternatively, if enough MPs indicate they have changed their minds after voting the deal down, it could be held again, but it w ...