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With low expectations, UK Conservatives and Labour resume Brexit talks

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With low expectations, UK Conservatives and Labour resume Brexit talks

With low expectations, UK Conservatives and Labour resume Brexit talks

According to Reuters, Britain’s Conservative government and the opposition Labour Party resumed Brexit talks on Tuesday to try to find a way to break the deadlock in parliament over the country’s departure from the European Union.

After Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal was rejected three times and she was forced to delay Brexit, the government has spent more than four weeks in talks with Labour - negotiations that have done little to soften positions in either party.

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