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Cabinet meeting on Brexit unlikely ahead of next week: Source


Cabinet meeting on Brexit unlikely ahead of next week: Source
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It is unlikely that a cabinet meeting of British Prime Minister Theresa May's top ministers to discuss Brexit will take place ahead of next week, a government source said on Thursday.

Local media have reported that May will convene an emergency session of her cabinet in the coming days to secure consensus on the so-called Northern Ireland backstop, the main obstacle to securing a deal to leave the European Union.

(With inputs from agencies.)

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