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Brexit talks: May fights for her deal in 3rd day of Parliament debate

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May has suggested MPs could decide whether to activate the backstop, the so-called insurance policy to avoid a hard border with Ireland. Talks on the backstop come ahead of a crucial vote on her EU deal. Earlier this week May's government was dealt another blow when it was forced to publish advice from the country's top legal expert.

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