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Analysis: Summit shows Brexit is seriously bogged down over border issue

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 17 October 2018
Analysis: Summit shows Brexit is seriously bogged down over border issueBrexit is seriously stuck.Nobody really wants Britain to crash out of the European Union without a withdrawal deal, but time is running out and the sides have bogged down over the contentious issue of how to manage the Irish border.Prime...
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News video: Theresa May Heads To Brussels, Brexit Deal In Question

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Business Insider reports Theresa May will address EU leaders at a special summit in Brussels on Wednesday evening.The summit was originally scheduled to sign off a Brexit divorce deal with the UK.However, prospects of a deal now look more distant than ever before with the EU increasingly pessimistic...

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