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Brexit: Theresa May in last-ditch warning to EU over backstop

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Brexit: Theresa May in last-ditch warning to EU over backstop

Brexit: Theresa May in last-ditch warning to EU over backstop

The UK prime minister is urging Brussels to make concessions.

The EU says the UK must present new ideas.

Both sides are deadlocked at a critical stage.

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