Picture: AFP London. The British government said on Monday it had agreed “legally binding changes” to the Brexit deal during discussions between British Prime Minister Theresa May and EU officials in Strasbourg. David Lidington, May’s de facto deputy, told parliament that she had “secured legally binding changes that strengthen and improve the withdrawal agreement and political declaration”. © 2019 All rights reserved. Citing Focus Information Agency is mandatory!
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