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Brexit Plan B: May wants to ditch the Irish backstop to win over critics of deal

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 20 January 2019
Brexit Plan B: May wants to ditch the Irish backstop to win over critics of dealBritish news reports say that Prime Minister Theresa May plans to reject a cross-party consensus on Brexit in favour of avoiding a Conservative split.May is due to layout her plan B to Parliament overnight NZTSky News reported...
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News video: Theresa May Reveals Her Brexit Plan B

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According to Business Insider, Theresa May has revealed her alternative Brexit plan after MPs last week voted overwhelmingly to reject her deal with the EU. The prime minister said she had listened to the concerns of MPs and would now seek to again gain concessions from the EU on the controversial...

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