UK's May wants Irish deal to kill backstop in Brexit deal: paper
Saturday, 19 January 2019 British Prime Minister Theresa May plans to seek a bilateral treaty with the Irish government as a way to remove the contentious backstop arrangement from Britain's divorce deal with the European Union, a newspaper reported.
According to Reuters, A lawmaker from the small Northern Irish party propping up British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government said the border “backstop” remained the fundamental problem with her Brexit divorce deal that she must focus on changing. On Monday Gavin Robinson of the Democratic...
Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox says that today MPs will be looking at making a concession over the Irish backstop in order to go ahead with a deal. Report by Brehautc. Like us on..
Theresa May will plead with MPs for more time to renegotiate the Irish backstop in her Brexit deal. The prime minister will promise MPs another vote in parliament on other Brexit options if she hasn't..
Reuters reports the recent comments delivered by the Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid on the Irish border backstop issue at the Munich Security... FXstreet.com Also reported by •Independent •Reuters •Reuters India
British lawmakers are certain to back a proposed Brexit agreement if it does not include the backstop, a controversial Irish border arrangement, British foreign... Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India
British Prime Minister Theresa May will embark on a last-ditch mission to EU leaders in a bid to change the Irish backstop arrangement on her Brexit deal. SBS Also reported by •Reuters •Belfast Telegraph