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EU Wants UK To Figure Out Brexit Plans

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EU Wants UK To Figure Out Brexit Plans

EU Wants UK To Figure Out Brexit Plans

According to Reuters, the European Union has a message for Prime Minister Theresa May's government over Brexit.

The British government and parliament need to decide what they want from their negotiated divorce with the EU, but the terms of the withdrawal agreement will not be rewritten.

Ahead of another vote on the British parliament, lawmakers are pushing for the prime minister to demand that the EU drop a backstop border issue with Ireland.

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