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May's deal hangs on the EU concessions A-G Cox can obtain

She is travelling to Strasbourg in a bid to break an impasse in the intensive negotiations with the EU

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Victory for Mrs May's deal depends on a 120-plus swing in parliament, including support from Conservative MPs, the DUP and several Labour MPs whose constituents voted in favour of Brexit.

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BRITISH Prime Minister Theresa May is praying that Attorney-General Geoffrey Cox will obtain sufficient European Union (EU) concessions to encourage Brexiteer MPs to vote for her withdrawal deal.

Ireland's Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said that obstacles in the...

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