Theresa May’s Brexit deal is being declared dead before it has even been born

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There is growing concern that Theresa May’s Brexit deal will be voted down by MPs in December, even if it is approved by her Cabinet this week.  At the centre of concerns remains proposals on how to keep open the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Parliamentary defeat would be disastrous for May. It would increase the chance of a no-deal Brexit and strike a catastrophic blow to her authority.

Theresa May’s Brexit deal is being declared dead before it has even been born.

The British prime minister is set for a crunch meeting with her Cabinet early this week, where she will attempt to get her EU withdrawal agreement signed off by senior ministers.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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