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May to seek ‘binding changes’ as MPs oppose no-deal Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May declared that she will seek “legally binding changes” to her Brexit deal after members of Parliament voted to back a new proposal to replace the Northern Ireland backstop.

But a spokesman for European Council President Donald Tusk told reporters, in response to a series of House of Commons votes late on January 29, that “the backstop is part of the withdrawal agreement, and the withdrawal agreement is not open for renegotiation”.

My news story for Tax Notes (paywall), published January 30, also published in the February 4 edition of Tax Notes International:

May to Seek ‘Binding Changes’ as MPs Oppose No-Deal Brexit

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