Britain won't agree Brexit deal 'at any cost' says Theresa May as Irish border issue flares again
Tuesday, 6 November 2018 () Hopes of a special Brexit summit to finalise the withdrawal agreement in November appear to be receding as both sides struggle for a solution to the Northern Ireland border problem.
According to Reuters, Britain and the European Union said that a Brexit deal is close but not yet done due to differences over the Irish border. Britain and the EU both wish to keep the border between..
According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, a senior member of the Northern Irish party which backs Prime Minister Theresa May's government said that the UK is headed towards a no-deal exit from the..
According to a report by CNN, on Saturday, Irish premier Leo Varadkar said that negotiations between the UK and the EY on Brexit have 'undermined' the Good Friday peace agreement. Varadkar told Irish..
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