Theresa May in Brussels in bid to reopen Brexit negotiations
08 February 2019 | 5:22 am
British Prime Minister Theresa May will attempt to negotiate the Irish backstop with EU representatives in Brussels. It comes after Donald Tusk said there was a 'special place in hell' for those that promoted Brexit.
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