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UK's Theresa May traveling to Northern Ireland in Brexit bid


LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May is touring to Northern Ireland in search of enhance for her stalled withdrawal plan from the European Union.

May plans to speak to trade leaders Tuesday and will also meet with Democratic Unionist Party chief Arlene Foster.


The top minister hopes to win political enhance for a solution to the vexed question of the way Britain can leave the European Union subsequent month without the desire for a hard border between EU member Ireland and Northern Ireland, which is a part of the United Kingdom.


A backstop settlement set out within the withdrawal plan is unacceptable to many British lawmakers, together with Foster, who calls it toxic.


The issue threatens to torpedo hopes of an orderly Brexit.


May is looking for considerable changes to the plan she agreed with the EU.


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