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May's Brexit Deal Still May Have A Chance

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May's Brexit Deal Still May Have A Chance

May's Brexit Deal Still May Have A Chance

The Northern Irish party that props up Prime Minister Theresa May’s government was in talks with British ministers on Friday to see what additional assurances would be needed for them to save her twice-defeated Brexit deal.

The United Kingdom’s divorce from the EU has sown chaos throughout May’s premiership and the Brexit finale is still uncertain.

Options include a long delay, exiting with May’s deal, leaving without a deal or even another referendum.

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