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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

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.


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.

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Environment Secretary...

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