PHOTOS People protest outside Britain's House of Commons in London

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People protest outside Britain's House of Commons in London

Xinhua

08:38, December 06, 2018

Pro- and anti-Brexit protesters stand outside the House of Commons in London, Britain, Dec. 5, 2018. British Prime Minister Theresa May said the five-day Brexit debate which started Tuesday evening in the House of Commons will set the course Britain takes for decades to come. Next Tuesday MPs will vote on whether to support or reject a deal agreed between May's government and the European Union on Britain's future relationship with Brussels. (Xinhua/Tim Ireland)

Pro- and anti-Brexit protesters stand outside the House of Commons in London, Britain, Dec. 5, 2018. British Prime Minister Theresa May said the five-day Brexit debate which started Tuesday evening in the House of Commons will set the course Britain takes for decades to come. Next Tuesday MPs will vote on whether to support or reject a deal agreed between May's government and the European Union on Britain's future relationship with Brussels. (Xinhua/Tim Ireland)

An anti-Brexit protester stands outside the House of Commons in London, Britain, Dec. 5, 2018. British Prime Minister Theresa May said the five-day Brexit debate which started Tuesday evening in the House of Commons will set the course Britain takes for decades to come. Next Tuesday MPs will vote on whether to support or reject a deal agreed between May's government and the European Union on Britain's future relationship with Brussels. (Xinhua/Tim Ireland)

A man views some of the so-called "Brexitometers", posters which have been in place in parliamentary constituencies across the UK with stickers to place an opinion, after they have been collected and put on display outside the House of Commons in London, Britain, Dec. 5, 2018. British Prime Minister Theresa May said the five-day Brexit debate which started Tuesday evening in the House of Commons will set the course Britain takes for decades to come. Next Tuesday MPs will vote on whether to support or reject a deal agreed between May's government and the European Union on Britain's future relationship with Brussels. (Xinhua/Tim Ireland)

Photo taken on Dec. 5, 2018 shows "Brexitometers" which are put on display outside the House of Commons in London, Britain. British Prime Minister Theresa May said the five-day Brexit debate which started Tuesday evening in the House of Commons will set the course Britain takes for decades to come. Next Tuesday MPs will vote on whether to support or reject a deal agreed between May's government and the European Union on Britain's future relationship with Brussels. (Xinhua/Tim Ireland)

People hold some of the so-called "Brexitometers", posters which have been in place in parliamentary constituencies across the UK with stickers to place an opinion, outside the House of Commons in London, Britain, Dec. 5, 2018. British Prime Minister Theresa May said the five-day Brexit debate which started Tuesday evening in the House of Commons will set the course Britain takes for decades to come. Next Tuesday MPs will vote on whether to support or reject a deal agreed between May's government and the European Union on Britain's future relationship with Brussels. (Xinhua/Tim Ireland)

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