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U.K. Documents | 3 May 2018 Can the Prime Minister Fight off the Brexiteers in her Party?
The pressure on Theresa May from Brexiteers within her own party intensified yesterday, when 60 Conservative MPs signed a letter arguing that they could not back a proposal for a "customs partnership".

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3 May 2018 Can the Prime Minister Fight off the Brexiteers in her Party?

By Samuel Tombs

The pressure on Theresa May from Brexiteers within her own party intensified yesterday, when 60 Conservative MPs signed a letter arguing that they could not back a proposal for a "customs partnership".

Posted: 2nd May 2018 in 'U.K. Documents'

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