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UK attorney general challenges new Brexit deal

SBS Tuesday, 12 March 2019
The UK's attorney general says a revised Brexit deal has not given Britain legal means of exiting the backstop unilaterally if "intractable differences" arise.
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The risk of the UK being tied to EU rules after Brexit "remains unchanged" despite the latest changes to the PM's deal, the attorney general has said. However, Geoffrey Cox said the new agreements reinforced the legal rights available to the UK if subsequent talks broke down due to "bad faith"....

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