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‘Something has to give,’ Barnier tells Brexit Britain

EurActiv Tuesday, 12 February 2019
European Union Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said on Monday (11 February) British Prime Minister Theresa May should endorse a permanent customs union with the bloc - as proposed by the opposition Labour party - to break the impasse over their looming divorce.
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According to a report by Reuters, diplomatic sources claim that Britain could accept legally-binding assurances on the disputed Irish border backstop that would not require reopening of the EU-UK Brexit deal, signaling a potential shift from Prime Minister Theresa May's official line.

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