British Prime Minister Theresa May began a tour of the United Kingdom on November 27 to drum up support for the Withdrawal Agreement with the European Union after warning her own backbenchers that crashing out of the EU will have severe economic consequences.
A major objection for the historically Protestant-led Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) is the so-called backstop agreement. For the DUP, the idea that a part of the UK will be in a different customs regime than the rest of the country is un...
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