PM's admission that UK could stay tied to EU for longer triggers angry backlash
Theresa May's admission in Brussels that the UK could stay tied to the EU for a year longer has prompted an angry backlash from Conservative backbenchers, who said the prime minister was “desperate” and “reneging on everything”.
Her failure to deny reports saying she had told the Irish that she accepted the backstop to avoid a hard border could not be time limited prompted yet more concern, with Tory MPs warning it raised questions over whether the UK would really leave.Continue reading... ...read more
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