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Theresa May to update MPs on Brexit developments

RTE.ie Tuesday, 12 February 2019
British Prime Minister Theresa May will give MPs at Westminster a Brexit update today, following her recent talks in Dublin and Brussels. Mrs May is still trying to gain support for her deal and EU agreement on changes to the backstop.
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News video: What's next for Theresa May after MPs defeat her Brexit plan?

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Theresa May's Brexit plan was defeated by MPs yesterday and now she must head to Brussels to secure the changes it promised. Sky's Beth Rigbyy has the latest.

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