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UK PM candidates set high bar for Brexit talks: no Irish backstop

Reuters Monday, 15 July 2019
The two candidates vying to be Britain's next prime minister set a high bar on Monday for success in Brexit negotiations, saying that even a significant concession from the European Union on the Irish border would be insufficient.
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