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Brexit: Claims that 'Legally binding' changes to EU deal have been agreed

The prime minister has secured 'legally binding' changes to her Brexit deal a day ahead of MPs voting on it, says the Cabinet Office minister. David Lidington said the changes will mean the EU 'cannot try to trap the UK in the [Irish] backstop indefinitely'. But he said further negotiations are taking place as the PM is still meeting EU officials in Strasbourg. Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer questioned whether any changes had been made to the withdrawal agreement. Replying to Mr Lidington's statement in the Commons, he said: 'People will be disappointed when they look at the detail.'

BBC - March 11, 2019

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