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Last-minute Brexit deal talks continue

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Britain has rejected the latest EU proposal on the Irish backstop and relations have deteriorated ahead of a vote in parliament on Tuesday on the Brexit deal.
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News video: Brexit Deal Close Until UK Cabinet Rejected It

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A Brexit deal seemed close after the EU indicated legal mechanisms London could use. The mechanisms would be used to unilaterally leave the contentious Irish border backstop. but the plan was rejected by British Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet, reports Reuters. Negotiators updated the 27...

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