Airlines and airports are warning of looming capacity freezes across Europe, after UK prime minister Theresa May's terms with the European Union (EU) for exiting the trade bloc was overwhelmingly rejected by the UK parliament. Members of Parliament voted down the deal, which sets out the terms of the UK's planned departure from the EU, known as Brexit, by a margin of 230 votes on Jan. 15. A total of 432 MPs voted against the agreement, with just 202 voting in favor. May's ...

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