Brexit talks in Luxembourg between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and EU Commission President Jean Claude Juncker have ended without any breakthrough. The main sticking point remains the Irish backstop.
The new Brexit divorce plan must clear an emergency vote in the UK's lower House of Commons on Saturday. After three previous failed attempts to approve an orderly EU departure, how likely are these proposals to pass?
Boris Johnson has sent his altered Brexit plan to EU officials, publishing a four-page accompanying letter to Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. That letter was headed: "A fair and reasonable compromise."
The EU has another Brexit deal with yet another British government — and it's still unclear whether Parliament will vote for it. It's not the end of the saga, the fiercest battles are yet to come, says Barbara Wesel.
The EU and the UK have reached a new deal that's supposed to ensure Britain leaves the European Union in an orderly way. But how's this deal different from the one negotiated by the government of previous PM Theresa May?
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