Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May speaks with guests as she opens the Farnborough Airshow, south west of London, on July 16, 2018. Getty Images / POOL / Matt Cardy
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British Prime Minister Theresa May bowed to pressure from Brexit supporters in her party Monday, accepting changes to her plans for leaving the European Union in an attempt to salvage her over-arching strategy.May has vowed to stick to her plan to negotiate the closest possible trade ties with the EU, saying her strategy was the only one that could meet the government's aims for Brexit, the biggest shift in Britain's foreign and trade policy for decades.Brexit supporters had targeted the government's customs legislation, hoping to toughen up her plans to leave the EU.that the future collection of duties and taxes by Britain and the EU be on a reciprocal basis, Brexit supporters may have made May's plan less sellable to the bloc.May's spokesman said there would be no second referendum under any circumstances, and restated her position that the Chequers plan was the only way to deliver a Brexit that worked in the best interests of the country.
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