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<p style="white-space: normal; text-align: center;"><img src="https://imedia-peoplesdaily.pdnews.cn/up/cms/www/201811/07175219jqjm.png" title="睡觉.png" alt="睡觉.png"/></p><p style="white-space: normal;">British lawmaker Desmond Swayne appeared to fall asleep during the Brexit debate in the House of Commons on Tuesday. <br/></p><p style="white-space: normal;">As Conservative politician Ken Clarke was giving a major speech on the EU Withdrawal Bill, Swayne leaned his head to the side, closed his eyes and appeared to nod off.</p><p style="white-space: normal;">After Clarke raised his voice when talking about the Charter for Fundamental Rights, Swayne jolted back, rested his head in his hand and smiled.</p><p style="white-space: normal;">As the debate continued in the British parliament, leaders of the European Union institutions weighed into a new British debate on whether to hold a second referendum on Brexit by saying on Tuesday that Britons would be welcome to stay in the EU.</p><p><br/></p>