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What's in the proposed UK-EU Brexit deal?

IndiaTimes Thursday, 17 October 2019
Britain and the European Union have a Brexit deal — and if it is ratified, people and businesses will finally have a measure of certainty about what lies ahead. That's a big if. Former Prime Minister Theresa May struck a deal with the EU in December 2018, but Parliament rejected it three times. Here's a look at what is in the new agreement, and how it differs from May's rejected deal.
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News video: Protest against Brexit as outline deal is reached

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Around 50 anti-Brexit demonstrators gathered near the European Council building in Brussels on Thursday as the EU and the UK announced that a Brexit outline deal had been reached.

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