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Will the DUP pave the way for a softer Brexit?

On Monday, Theresa May must return to the House of Commons and lay out her Brexit Plan B following the government’s historic defeat on her preferred deal. After losing that vote by 230 votes, even May’s closest allies believe she must propose something different to her Plan A. In that vein, the Prime Minister has been meeting with MPs from across the House in a bid to work out what Brexit deal can command a majority in the Commons.

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