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As Brexit Debate Begins, PM Fails to Win Over Northern Irish Kingmakers

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As Brexit Debate Begins, PM Fails to Win Over Northern Irish Kingmakers

As Brexit Debate Begins, PM Fails to Win Over Northern Irish Kingmakers

According to Reuters, British Prime Minister Theresa May failed on Wednesday to persuade the Northern Irish party that props up her government to back her Brexit deal.

May has refused to back down over her deal which anticipates close trading ties with the European Union after leaving in March.

But the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party said it could still not support the so-called backstop arrangements, increasing the likelihood of parliament rejecting the deal .

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