PM May To Seek Concessions On Irish Border For Brexit Plan B

Published on 21 Jan 2019, 21:58
According to Reuters, British Prime Minister Theresa May sought to break a parliamentary deadlock over Brexit.
Prime Minister May's Plan B focuses on seeking concessions from the European Union, which will prevent customs checks at the Irish border.
The Irish backstop has been a contentious issue for the Brexit debate in the British Parliament, with opposition parties calling for its removal entirely.
But the prospects of a no-deal departure from the European Union has been another red-line in parliamentary debates.
The Labour Party refuses to allow a possible no-deal, while the prime minister cannot take a no-deal off the table, because there is no approved alternative for the EU's Article 50 withdrawal notice.

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