May's Plan B for Brexit is Plan A again

Pedro Gonçalves
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After a historical defeat in UK politics, Theresa May had three days to come up with an alternative plan for Brexit. However, prime minister Theresa May's plan B is to try to get her plan A through the Commons with some tweaks on the Irish backstop. May offered that the controversial registration fee for EU citizens living in the UK and wanting to remain after Brexit would be waived. The prime minister added  she would return to Brussels to try to renegotiate the contentious Northern Ireland backstop, which Brexiteers want to be stripped out of the withdrawal agreement. However, on th...

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