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UK PM Theresa May considering amending Good Friday agreement – Daily Telegraph

FXstreet.com Sunday, 20 January 2019
The UK*’*s Daily Telegraph carries a story, citing that the UK PM Theresa May is considering amending the Good Friday agreement after abandoning attempts to negotiate a cross-party deal to resolve the Brexit impasse.

*Key Quotes:*

“The Prime Minister will on Monday update Parliament on her attempts to draw up a so-called "plan B" for Brexit following cross-party talks in Westminster - and discussions with other EU leaders.

One of the proposals under consideration is rewriting the 1998 accord to assure Ireland that the UK is committed to no hard border on the island after the UK leaves the European Union in March.”
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Theresa May is to set out her next steps to build a Commons majority for a Brexit deal amid signs she is still unwilling to give ground on her central demands. It has been reported the prime minister is considering trying to amend the Good Friday Agreement however Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has...

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