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Ministerial aide quits over Northern Irish backstop

MailOnline Saturday, 8 December 2018
Ministerial aide quits over Northern Irish backstopColchester MP Will Quince urged the Prime Minister to return to Brussels and renegotiate the deal to remove the Northern Irish backstop which he said made it impossible for him to support the proposal.
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According to Reuters, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday she was listening to lawmakers’ concerns about the so-called Northern Irish backstop arrangements in the Brexit deal to try to find a way forward. May said “I believe that the deal we have negotiated is a good deal. I...

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