UK PM May: There is no unilateral right for the UK to pull out of the backstop

Adding to her earlier comments on BBC Radio 4, the UK PM Theresa May was further noted saying that she recognises that there are concerns about the backstop but entering into Brexit backstop is not automatic.

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   •  Looking at the extent to which parliament can have a role in backstop usage.
   •  There is no unilateral right for the UK to pull out of the backstop. 

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