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  • May suggests Brexiters' customs plan could be Irish border solution

    PM’s spokesman offers sop to rebellious Tories by discussing proposal No 10 earlier rejected Theresa May has offered a sop to rebellious hard Brexiters by suggesting technological solutions previously dismissed by No 10 could ultimately be used to maintain an invisible border between the UK and Ireland. The unexpected change of tack was discussed at a two-and-a-half hour cabinet meeting on Tuesday, when the prime minister’s spokesman said ministers had discussed “the potential for alternative...

    the Guardian
  • Northern Irish DUP says will vote against May's Brexit deal

    The Northern Irish party propping up British Prime Minister Theresa May's government will vote against her Brexit divorce deal in a key vote in parliament next week, according to one its lawmakers.

    IN
  • Northern Irish DUP says will vote against May's Brexit deal

    The Northern Irish party propping up British Prime Minister Theresa May's government will vote against her Brexit divorce deal in a key vote in parliament next week, according to one its lawmakers.

    U.S.
  • Northern Irish DUP rallies opposition to May's 'pitiful' Brexit deal

    The Northern Irish party propping up British Prime Minister Theresa May's government launched fresh attacks on her Brexit withdrawal deal on Saturday, saying it would leave Britain in a "pitiful" place and that a Labour government may be preferable.

    in.reuters.com