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What's the plan? Theresa May promises more talks, Corbyn cries foul

France 24 Monday, 21 January 2019 ()
No one was seriously expecting a major about-face of any sort from Theresa May. Still, with ten weeks to go, what was billed as her "Plan B" speech after the rout of her Brexit divorce deal offered up very familiar talking points - no second referendum, a refusal to take no-deal off the table and a commitment to leave the Good Friday agreement on Northern Ireland untouched. Even if further cross-party talks really do deliver a Plan B, can lawmakers reach a deal?
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News video: Theresa May Presents Updated Brexit Plan To The House Of Commons

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After several days of intense talks with MPs, Theresa May addressed the House Of Commons on 21 January 2019 with the updated plan for Brexit.

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