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Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (C) delivers a speech to Conservative Party members as they launch their election campaign in Walmsley Parish Hall in Bolton in north-western Greater Manchester on April 19, 2017. © AFP
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (C) delivers a speech to Conservative Party members as they launch their election campaign in Walmsley Parish Hall in Bolton in north-western Greater Manchester on April 19, 2017. © AFP
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Amina Taylor
Press TV, London

Britain’s Parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favor of Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to hold snap general elections in June. Meanwhile, anti-war protestors have gathered outside the parliament building to urge the government not to risk an ever closer union with US president Donald Trump, regardless of the election results.