Brexit deal possible in next 48 hours, Theresa May's deputy says

  1. Brexit deal possible in next 48 hours, Theresa May’s deputy says  Globalnews.ca
  2. Brexit is an impossible mess verging on a constitutional crisis  CNN
  3. Boris Johnson’s family is in row over Brexit  Washington Post
  4. Government seeks to avert Commons defeat by promising to publish legal analysis of Brexit deal – Politics live  The Guardian (blog)
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'Dancing Queen' Theresa May shimmies on stage to defend Brexit and her job

  1. ‘Dancing Queen’ Theresa May shimmies on stage to defend Brexit and her job  Washington Post
  2. British Prime Minister Theresa May Just Danced to ABBA and People Don’t Know What Is Happening Anymore  TIME
  3. The symbolic meaning of Theresa May’s awkward dancing to ABBA  Quartz
  4. ABBA’s ‘Dancing Queen’ helped Theresa May save her political skin  CNN
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Theresa May, Facing Hard Deadline, Struggles to Navigate Treacherous Brexit Politics

  1. Theresa May, Facing Hard Deadline, Struggles to Navigate Treacherous Brexit Politics  Wall Street Journal
  2. Theresa May Fights for Her Job as Tory Brexit Splits Widen  Bloomberg
  3. UPDATE 1-UK Conservative Party investigating data breach – chairman  Reuters
  4. Beyond its Brexit mess, Britain faces a Corbyn-sized problem  The Globe and Mail
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'We Are at an Impasse.' Britain's Theresa May Plays Chicken with EU Leaders Over Brexit

  1. ‘We Are at an Impasse.’ Britain’s Theresa May Plays Chicken with EU Leaders Over Brexit  TIME
  2. Theresa May says the UK and EU are at an ‘impasse’ on Brexit — sterling slides to a low on the news  CNBC
  3. Don’t buy the Brexit hype: it’s a border in the Irish Sea or the customs union  The Guardian
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EU Leaders Reject UK's Post-Brexit Economic Proposal, Pressuring Theresa May

  1. EU Leaders Reject UK’s Post-Brexit Economic Proposal, Pressuring Theresa May  Wall Street Journal
  2. Theresa May might engage in airy-fairy Brexit rhetoric, but she deserves credit for getting on with it  The Independent
  3. In Brexit Talks, Some See Hope in a Minimal ‘Blind’ Deal  New York Times
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