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PM may not seek to reopen Brexit deal, Cabinet minister suggests

Belfast Telegraph Sunday, 17 February 2019
The Prime Minister may not seek to reopen the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement to make changes to the controversial Irish backstop, a Cabinet minister has suggested.
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