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>> The noes to the left, 298.>>
>> British Prime Minister Theresa May has won a major Brexit vote in Parliament. Winning over potential pro-EU rebels in her own party.>> The Noes to the left.>> But it didn't come without compromise.>> I would like to make a statment.
>> She first had to agree to allow Parliment a vote later this year on the terms of Britain's exit from the EU. Second, she promised to listen to a leading pro-European lawmaker. And third, potentially add safeguards, giving Parliament more influence.>> Stop Brexit!>> After a closely watched debate on Tuesday, lawmakers voted 324 to 298 to accept a proposal saying that if Parliament rejects the final Brexit deal, a government minister will set out how to proceed.
May had been facing a showdown with lawmakers, who want more power to challenge an eventual Brexit deal. Tuesday's compromises were enough to see off a rebellion that's threatened to undermine her authority.