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Resolving The Northern Irish Backstop Issue?

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Resolving The Northern Irish Backstop Issue?

Resolving The Northern Irish Backstop Issue?

According to Reuters, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday that European Union leaders have told her they are working on resolving the issue of the so-called Northern Irish backstop to pave the way for a Brexit deal.

May is seeking changes to the backstop, an insurance policy which aims to avoid the return of a physical border on the island of Ireland, after parliament rejected her Brexit deal last month.

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