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May Says 'Time is of the Essence,' On Latest Brussels Shuttle

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May Says 'Time is of the Essence,' On Latest Brussels Shuttle

May Says 'Time is of the Essence,' On Latest Brussels Shuttle

According to Reuters, British Prime Minister Theresa May held “constructive” talks in Brussels on Wednesday as she sought concessions on Brexit from a sceptical European Union.

May told a British television channel that she again pressed for “legally binding changes” so that a “backstop” policy on the Irish border would not bind Britain indefinitely to keeping EU rules.

May said that the changes are "required if a deal is going to pass the House of Commons ... Time is of the essence.”

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