Downing Street dismisses reports of separate backstop deal with Ireland
Downing Street has dismissed reports that Theresa May is considering rewriting the Good Friday Agreement or seeking a separate deal with Dublin in order to break the Brexit deadlock over the so-called “backstop”.
Mrs May is due to come back to the Commons to spell out her next steps to build a Commons majority for a Brexit deal, amid signs she is still unwilling to give ground on her central demands.
Following the crushing defeat last week of her agreement with Brussels, the Prime Minister will make oral and written statements to the House explaining… Read more posts England or read the original
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