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May gets Brexit hardliners' backing for no-deal stand

2 policy papers set out, among other things, steps to minimise disruption for businesses and travellers

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While on the surface talks appear stuck, Mrs May believes that discussions behind the scenes are "very often" more positive and productive than public statements suggest.

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May won public support from Brexit hardliners in her cabinet after she outlined contingency plans for leaving the European Union without a deal, upping the stakes in exit talks with the bloc.

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