RECAP: Brits in Europe vent anger after May postpones Brexit vote

RECAP: Brits in Europe vent anger after May postpones Brexit vote

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has formally told the UK Parliament that the vote has been postponed because there is not enough support for the current backstop solution to avoid a hard border in Ireland. She has said she will go back to the EU to improve on the deal, especially with regards to the backstop. Rights groups in Europe have expressed anger that the vote was postponed.

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Theresa May to visit Sweden and Denmark next week

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Theresa May ‘living on borrowed time’: Sweden’s ex-PM Carl Bildt

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How Swedes reacted to UK election: ‘I hope they reconsider Brexit’

Theresa May says Sweden an ‘important partner’ for post-Brexit Britain

Theresa May says Sweden an ‘important partner’ for post-Brexit Britain

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Theresa May tells Swedish media she is close to deal on citizens’ rights and financial offer

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