PM may not seek to reopen Brexit deal, Cabinet minister suggests

Credit: Belfast Telegraph- Published on February 17, 2019
The Prime Minister may not seek to reopen the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement to make changes to the controversial Irish backstop, a Cabinet minister has suggested.
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