The UK Prime Minister Theresa May has informed its cabinet that PM has tonight secured new “legally binding assurances” on the Irish border backstop. According to Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington, the new wording of the changes provide information that UK has now new legally binding assurances.

The UK Parliament will have a meaningful vote on Tuesday about the Cabinet´s Brexit deal. If the Cabinet loses the vote, the MPs will get a vote on Wednesday on whether to leave without a deal. If the MPs reject that, then a vote is about the delaying of the Brexit.

PM Theresa May and the EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker had the meeting tonight in Strasbourg.

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