DUP says it wants a Brexit deal, more progress needed on backstop

LONDON (Reuters) – The deputy leader of the Northern Irish party which props up Prime Minister Theresa May’s government said his party wanted to agree a Brexit deal but the issue over the so-called Irish backstop remained the key problem.

Nigel Dodds said there had been good talks with senior British ministers, including finance minister Philip Hammond, and progress had been made but it was insufficient and much would depend on what guarantees th

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