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EU leaders send reassurances to the prime minister about Northern Ireland.
THE European Union presidents have offered Theresa May a number of limp assurances in a bid to help the Prime Minister in her efforts to convince MPs to back her Brexit deal when they vote on it on Tuesday.
Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk revealed their hand - and Brexiteers were furious. Here's what the EU has said and what it means
The EU has written to Theresa May to assure her MPs about the Brexit deal ahead of a crunch vote in the House of Commons – but warned that nothing about it can be changed. Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk, the presidents of the Commission and Council, said the EU wanted to do a trade deal by 2020 to make sure the agreement's controversial backstop clause would never have to