(Sarah Parnass, Michael Birnbaum/The Washington Post)
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What's at stake for Theresa May after the E.U. Brexit summit
The Washington Post's Michael Birnbaum explains where Prime Minister Theresa May stands now that European leaders have agreed not to oust Britain without a deal on April 12.
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