Brexit: No British alternative on border yet
Contact between officials in London and Brussels has been limited, with no changes made to the wording of the Irish part of the draft text
Britain has not yet put forward an alternative “backstop” solution for the Irish border, with Brexit negotiations making slow progress since last month’s summit breakthrough, according to a report from Bloomberg which quoted people familiar with the talks.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has said that is unacceptable.
Unless the text is agreed in its entirety, the EU won’t allow the transition phase and Britain will crash out of the union...
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