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As Brexit talks progress, UK PM May struggles to find support at home

Reuters Friday, 12 October 2018 ()
As Brexit talks progress, UK PM May struggles to find support at homeBritish Prime Minister Theresa May was struggling on Friday to find consensus on Brexit proposals that would be acceptable to her ministers, her Conservative Party and the Northern Irish lawmakers who prop up her minority government.
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