The House Of Commons Has Voted By 522 To 13 To Hold A General Election On 8 June

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Theresa May said she believes a deal will be done with Brussels within the two year time frame. 

She told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: “I have been very clear, as I was in the Article 50 letter and I remain absolutely of this view, that it is possible and we will aim and we should be able to complete the negotiations within the two year timeframe that is set within the treaty.”

However, she would not commit to giving a manifesto guarantee that at the end of those two years freedom of movement would be curtailed and that the European Court of Justice would no longer have an impact on the UK. 

he said: “We will be ensuring that we negotiate the best possible deal with the European Union, a deal which will cover the various issues which people are really concerned about in terms of ensuring we have control of our borders, control of our laws, control of our money.”

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