It was never going to be easy.
But with the deadline less than five months away, British Prime Minister Theresa May appears to have a tentative deal in place for Britain to leave the European Union. Now comes the equally difficult challenge of garnering support for its passage.
CGTN’s Richard Bestic has more from London.
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- Ben Lowry is the deputy editor of The News Letter, one of Northern Ireland’s main daily newspapers.
- Paolo von Schirach is the president of the Global Policy Institute.
- David Cullinane is a Sinn Fein spokesman and former Irish Senator.
- Thomas Raines heads the Europe program at Chatham House, an international affairs policy center.
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) November 14, 2018
Scotland's Nicola Sturgeon says May's draft Brexit deal is bad for Scotland and that the PM will struggle to win approval in Parliament https://t.co/6HBETmD3EY Read the full draft text: https://t.co/zshAHMFXx1 pic.twitter.com/L5sa3K58nZ
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) November 14, 2018