After rejecting British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal earlier this month, lawmakers have voted to send her back to the European Union to seek alternatives to the controversy over the Irish border known as the backstop.
CGTN’s Mariam Zaidi reports from London.
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- Suzanne Lynch is the Washington correspondent for The Irish Times.
- Ryan Bourne was the head of Public Policy at London’s Institute of Economic Affairs.
- Remi Piet is a research associate at the University of Miami’s EU Center.
- David Smith is the Washington bureau chief for The Guardian.
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