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    • May hecticly seeks way to pull MPs behind her Brexit deal

      May hecticly seeks way to pull MPs behind her Brexit deal

      British PM Theresa May is making last ditch effort to convince rebel MPs to back her Brexit divorce deal, warning them that Britain's exit from the EU is now in peril from politicians seeking to thwart it. May will also set out new assurances from the EU that it does not aim to sever Northern Ireland from the rest of Britain under the “backstop” requiring EU rules in the province until a better free trade plan emerges.

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    • May suffers parliament defeat, govt forced to work on plan B

      May suffers parliament defeat, govt forced to work on plan B

      British PM Theresa May suffered an early defeat to her Brexit plans last Wednesday when parliament demanded the government come up with a plan-B within days if she loses a vote on her deal to leave the EU, news wires reported. With less than three months before Britain is due to quit the EU, parliament began a five-day battle over May's Brexit plan with undermining her preferred timetable. Lawmakers are to vote down her blueprint on 15 January.

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    • Brexit agreement drafted in turmoil

      Brexit agreement drafted in turmoil

      After 18 months of negotiations, the United Kingdom and the European Union have finally drafted a Brexit deal, which includes a financial settlement and a customs union backstop to prevent a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland, news wires reported. The draft document includes 585 pages and has to ve voted by UK parliament and parliament of the other 27 EU Member States in order to get legal status.

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