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- Theresa May has made a new year plea for MPs to back her Brexit deal.
- But her DUP partners in government warned that unless significant changes were made, they would vote against them.
- The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, meanwhile, accused May of plunging the country into crisis and making a mess of Brexit.
Theresa May has made a new year plea for MPs to back her Brexit deal, arguing that Britain will be able to “turn a corner” in 2019 if they support her.
The prime minister used her New Year’s Day message to put pressure on politicians who have vowed to oppose her plans in a crunch vote expected in the first two weeks of January.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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