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Theresa May Confronts Irish Backstop

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Theresa May Confronts Irish Backstop

Theresa May Confronts Irish Backstop

British Prime Minister Theresa May is refusing to give up on gaining the support of parliament.

The BBC reports she is currently looking in to how to make good on the promises she made to the people of Ireland and Northern Ireland so that parliament will support her Brexit deal.

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